Guinea is a country located in West Africa, bordered by Senegal to the north, Guinea-Bissau to the northwest, Mali to the east, and Liberia and Sierra Leone to the south. Guinea is known for its beautiful landscapes, including the Fouta Djallon Mountains and the Niger River. The capital of Guinea is Conakry, which is located on the coast of the country. The official language of Guinea is French, but many people also speak Susu, Pular, and Mandingo. Guinea is a predominantly Muslim country, with a mix of traditional and modern influences. Guinea is one of the poorest countries in the world, and it is heavily dependent on agriculture and mining for its economy.