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Strategically located at the crossroads of Nigeria’s ethnic and religious groups, Abuja is home to the country’s Presidential Branch, National Assembly and Supreme Court. The impressive Aso Rock rises majestically over the city’s central government district. There is one city that prides itself as Africa’s best purpose-built city. It’s none other than Nigeria’s Centre of Unity, Abuja.

Having attained Capital City status on 12th December, 1991, Abuja’s economic and tourism potentials have, over the years, grown in leaps and abounds, giving rise to fascinating attractions that dot the city landscape. These include the imposing 400-metre high Aso Rock, the captivating Millennium and Wonderland Parks, the Abuja Arts and Crafts Village, the luxury IBB Golf Club, and of course, the beautiful Gurara Falls.

Places to see
  • Aso Rock
  • Eagle Square
  • Millennium Park
  • National Mosque
  • National Ecumenical Centre
  • Zuma Rock
  • IBB International Golf and Country Club
  • Usuma Lower Dam
  • Kura Water fall
  • Kugbo Mountains and Water falls
  • Gurara Water falls
  • Central Park Abuja
  • Shehu Musa Yar’adua Centre
  • National Commission for Museums and Monuments HQ
  • Zhingamale
  • Thought Pyramid Art Centre
  • Nike Art Gallery
  • Jioke Art Gallery
  • Novare Apo Mall
  • Jabi Lake Mall
  • Dunes Centre
  • The Capital Hub
  • Shoprite Wuse Zone 5
  • Silverbird Cinema Abuja
  • Genesis Deluxe Cinema
  • Blucabana Restaurant and Café
  • Nkoyo Restaurant
  • ALDO’S
  • Cilantro Abuja
  • Wakkis Food
  • City View Restaurant
  • DUO Restaurant
  • Play Lounge Wuse
  • The Caribbean Lounge & Night Club
  • Moscow Underground
  • Beer Barn
  • Macxino Lounge Utako
  • Club Colony
  • De Joy Orange Lounge & Outdoor Bar

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