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K-Cinq (Km-5 Intersection)

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Don´t walk around this market

worth while to drive through, but not recommended to stroll around, as there are active separatist... read more

Reviewed April 24, 2017
548michaelc
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Stockholm, Sweden
Be carrefuly

Many persons, traffic not safe, food not very good quality to eat...Is necessary wash, Is good only... read more

Reviewed March 11, 2017
Irineo K
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Abidjan, Ivory Coast
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4 weeks ago
“Rebels corner”
Apr 24, 2017
“Don´t walk around this market”
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Though it lies five kilometers from the geographic center of town, K-Cinq's bars, clubs and public transportation outlets make it the true heart of Bangui.
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Km 5, Bangui, Central African Republic
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Stay away unless you have a death wish. A Street market where violence breaks out regularly. The Muslim trade center which has everything you want if you are brave enough

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Reviewed April 24, 2017

worth while to drive through, but not recommended to stroll around, as there are active separatist groups operating here.

1  Thank 548michaelc
Reviewed April 16, 2017

While this place might seem attractive and authentic for a backpacker, it is actually a place of conflict reflecting the local tensions in the country, with weekly incidents. You will need to pass the main road to go to the Airport, but UN peacekeepers are...More

1  Thank Marc D
Reviewed March 11, 2017

Many persons, traffic not safe, food not very good quality to eat...Is necessary wash, Is good only to see, preference by car.

2  Thank Irineo K
Reviewed March 14, 2016

This was an interesting place. When we went to Bangui the civil war was ended. And this place had been rebuilt. Of course shops are patchy. Made from wood. In these shops most of the things were sold second hand. But it was the most...More

1  Thank Mehmet06TR
Reviewed August 6, 2015

This whole area has been destroyed and now is considered a very dangerous area. Very recently a UN peace keeper was killed there. Definitely do not visit! We can hope and pray that one day it will become a vibrant market again.

5  Thank Travelttomuch
Reviewed January 1, 2015

Now you find only destroyed houses and empty places, most of the commerce is gone. It is sad to see all what destruction can bring to a once very busy market street.

3  Thank Ximena C
Reviewed September 16, 2014

it ` s a nice place to visite, if you know how ! a place where muslims and christians lives in peace! trade eat and worship wuth respect. You will see a lot of thing different that what we can say modern world!!! but poeple...More

4  Thank aitesso
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