The Senegal River
The Senegal River is a river, 1790 km long. The majority of its route travels through West Africa, and forms a natural border between the West African countries Senegal and Mauritania. It is a major commercial axis, in ancient times and in present times, it has and currently served to carry goods from the interior of Africa to the Atlantic Ocean, and then the Mediterranean. It was cast into the sea at the level of the city of Saint Louis, a former French colonial town, which still has very nice buildings, some old and some preserved, but has his touch, with the Hotel de la Poste, which is in front of an old e plane-era Saint Exupéry, the old school of the republic or the council.