Is there much land for sale in Cape Verde? (Spoiler: yes)
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Cape Verde has an estimated population (the majority ethnic Creole), about 500,000, and its share capital Praia quarter of its citizens. Almost 38% of the population lives in rural area; according to 2010 census of Cape Verde, about 20% live below the poverty line and literacy is about 85%.
Politically, the country is a very stable democracy with substantial economic growth and improving living conditions, despite the lack of resources, and has garnered international recognition with other countries and international organizations, which often provide development assistance. Since 2007, Cape Verde is classified as a developing country.
Cape Verde’s climate is milder than that of the African continent, as the moderate temperatures of the sea surrounding the islands. Average daily high temperatures range from 25 ° C (77 ° F) in January to 29 ° C (84.2 F) in September.
Cape Verde is part of the arid Sahel belt, with nothing to do with levels of rainfall in West Africa. Irregular rains between August and October, with frequent and short, but strong, showers. A desert is generally defined as an area that receives less than 250 mm (9.8 inches) of precipitation annually. Total of Cape Verde (261 in mm/10.3) is slightly higher than this criterion, so it has a semi-desert climate.
Hurricanes that form near Cape Verde sometimes called the Cape Verde type hurricanes. These storms can become very intense when crossing the Atlantic.
Cape Verde has few natural resources, poor rainfall and limited amounts of fresh water. But it also has the wind. Only 4 of 10 main islands (Santiago, Santo Antao, Fogo and Brava) normally support significant agricultural production, and over 90% of all food consumed in Cape Verde, is imported.
Mineral resources are salt, pozzolana (a volcanic rock used in cement production) and limestone. The small number of wineries has traditionally focused on the domestic market, but recently has had some success internationally. A number of wine routes of different microclimates of Cape Verde has begun to be offered in spring 2010 and can be arranged through the tourist office.
Although the Cape Verde national football team of Cape Verde is abroad, numerous football players of international renown born in Cape Verde, or were descendants of the Cape Verdeans, and play for the team other nations. Currently, several play or have played in the Portuguese league or team who have Nani, Jorge Andrade and Nelson Marcos. Henrik Larsson (whose father is Cape Verde) has played for Sweden, played by Patrick Vieira (whose mother is Cape Verde) in France, while Gelson Fernandes (who was born in Praia) plays for Switzerland.