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The Portuguese, French, Dutch, and English participated in the slave trade that flourished for 350 years.

In 1839, the first lasting European settlement was started by the French.

Food preferences, farming practices, and quality of life are comparable.

The ceremonial traditions vary, however, as do the personalities of the groups.

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The cultures of the ethnic groups are akin to other groups in Central Africa, and center around the rain forest and its treasures.The Myene had arrived in Gabon by the thirteenth century and settled as a fishing community along the coast.With the exception of the Fang, Gabon's ethnic groups are Bantu and arrived in Gabon after the Myene.There are ongoing debates about the differences in these groups and their significance. Gabon covers 103,347 square miles (267,667 square kilometers). Gabon is on the west coast of Africa, centered on the equator.It borders Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon to the north, and the Republic of Congo to the east and south.

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