Introducing Moundou

Set on the north bank of the Logone River, Chad’s second-largest town is best known for the Gala brewery, which famously stayed open throughout the civil war. It’s not a bad place to spend a day. The little, privately owned Premier Museé du Logone Géographique (6-375533; admission is negotiable; 8am-noon & 4-5pm Mon-Sat) has some examples of Chadian crafts and a few animal skins. Nearby you can watch wood-carvers and painters work at the Centre Artisanal.

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