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The Europeans misunderstood and thought the women were referring to a geographic area; the subsequently used the word "Guinea" to describe coastal West Africa.The French claimed the coast of present-day Guinea in 1890 and named it French Guinea ( Guinée française ) in 1895.Many Senegalese merchants, artisans, and tailors live in the country, and they are joined by foreign nationals from other African countries.
A tiny group of Korean immigrants operates photo development shops in Conakry. More than thirty languages are spoken, and eight are designated as official national languages: Bassari, Guerzé, Kissi, Koniagui, Maninka, Peul, Susu, and Toma.The Susu ethnic group accounts for 20 percent of the population; the Peul, 34 percent; and the Maninka, 33 percent.Smaller groups, mostly from the Forest Region, such as the Bassari, Coniagui, Guerze, Kissi, Kono, and Toma, make up the remaining 19 percent.Siguiri and Kankan are the major cities, and there are many smaller agricultural settlements in the countryside.Kankan sometimes is referred to as the nation's second capital, although in recent years it has been dwarfed in size by cities in southern Guinea. Rainfall is heavy, and the area is dense with rain forests with mahogany, teak, and ebony trees.