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Guyana, which is officially known as the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, is a country located in the northern region of South America. The country is bordered by Brazil, Venezuela, as well as Suriname. Spanning a total land area of 214,970 square kilometers (83,000 square miles), Guyana is home to a population of 789,683 inhabitants. The country is one of the least densely populated in the world, with a population density of 3.502 persons per square kilometer (or 9.1 people per square mile). The current president of Guyana is Irfaan Ali, while the current prime minister is Mark Phillips.

The tallest mountains within Guyana all fall within the Pakaraima mountain range. This range includes Mount Ayanganna, Monte Caburaí, as well as Mount Roraima. Mount Roraima is the tallest mountain within the country, which stands at an altitude of 2,772 meters, or 9,094 feet. Guyana’s climate is known to be hot and humid, however winds are common amongst the nation’s coasts. Guyana is also home to one of the world’s largest unspoiled rainforests. In fact, Guyana received a $45 million fund from Norway in 2012 due to the rainforest protection efforts exhibited by Guyana.There are more than 900 species of birds, 225 species of mammals, 880 species of reptiles and over 6,000 species of plants. The country is home to one of the world’s highest rates of biodiversity. Some notable animals that come from Guyana include Arapaima, the world’s largest species of scaled freshwater fish, as well as the giant otter; the world’s largest and rarest species of otter. Large mammals that are commonly found on land include jaguars, tapirs, bush dogs, giant anteaters, as well as saki monkeys. Unlike several other South American countries, the wildlife of Guyana remains 70% untouched.

Agriculture is the primary sector within the economy of Guyana. Agricultural produce from the country includes sugar, rice, vegetable oils, beef, pork, poultry, dairy products, fish, and shrimp. Some exports from Guyana include special purpose ships, shipping containers, gold, excavation machinery, aluminum ore, rice, hard as well as hard liquor. Industrial production is made up of bauxite, sugar, rice milling, timber, textiles, and gold mining. The economy is one of the fastest growing in the world, with a GDP growth rate of 19.9% in 2021. Because of its amount of preserved forests throughout the country, Guyana has been able to gain financial aid.

Around 90% of Guyana’s population resides within a coastal strip on the north, which ranges from a width of 16 to 64 km (or 10 to 40 feet). The five largest cities within Guyana are Georgetown, Linden, New Amsterdam, Corriverton, and Bartica. The population is both ethnically and racially heterogeneous, with backgrounds ranging from India, Africa, Europe, and China. The two common languages shared between all these groups are English and Guyanese English Creole. Guyana is a developing country, which is reflected in its age ranges, with 33.6% of the population below the age of 15, 62.1% between the ages 15-65, and 4.3% older than 65.

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Old Maps of Guyana
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of Guyana.

Guyana, which is officially known as the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, is a country located in the northern region of South America. The country is bordered by Brazil, Venezuela, as well as Suriname. Spanning a total land area of 214,970 square kilometers (83,000 square miles), Guyana is home to a population of 789,683 inhabitants. The country is one of the least densely populated in the world, with a population density of 3.502 persons per square kilometer (or 9.1 people per square mile). The current president of Guyana is Irfaan Ali, while the current prime minister is Mark Phillips.

The tallest mountains within Guyana all fall within the Pakaraima mountain range. This range includes Mount Ayanganna, Monte Caburaí, as well as Mount Roraima. Mount Roraima is the tallest mountain within the country, which stands at an altitude of 2,772 meters, or 9,094 feet. Guyana’s climate is known to be hot and humid, however winds are common amongst the nation’s coasts. Guyana is also home to one of the world’s largest unspoiled rainforests. In fact, Guyana received a $45 million fund from Norway in 2012 due to the rainforest protection efforts exhibited by Guyana.There are more than 900 species of birds, 225 species of mammals, 880 species of reptiles and over 6,000 species of plants. The country is home to one of the world’s highest rates of biodiversity. Some notable animals that come from Guyana include Arapaima, the world’s largest species of scaled freshwater fish, as well as the giant otter; the world’s largest and rarest species of otter. Large mammals that are commonly found on land include jaguars, tapirs, bush dogs, giant anteaters, as well as saki monkeys. Unlike several other South American countries, the wildlife of Guyana remains 70% untouched.

Agriculture is the primary sector within the economy of Guyana. Agricultural produce from the country includes sugar, rice, vegetable oils, beef, pork, poultry, dairy products, fish, and shrimp. Some exports from Guyana include special purpose ships, shipping containers, gold, excavation machinery, aluminum ore, rice, hard as well as hard liquor. Industrial production is made up of bauxite, sugar, rice milling, timber, textiles, and gold mining. The economy is one of the fastest growing in the world, with a GDP growth rate of 19.9% in 2021. Because of its amount of preserved forests throughout the country, Guyana has been able to gain financial aid.

Around 90% of Guyana’s population resides within a coastal strip on the north, which ranges from a width of 16 to 64 km (or 10 to 40 feet). The five largest cities within Guyana are Georgetown, Linden, New Amsterdam, Corriverton, and Bartica. The population is both ethnically and racially heterogeneous, with backgrounds ranging from India, Africa, Europe, and China. The two common languages shared between all these groups are English and Guyanese English Creole. Guyana is a developing country, which is reflected in its age ranges, with 33.6% of the population below the age of 15, 62.1% between the ages 15-65, and 4.3% older than 65.

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