Juba is the capital and largest city of the Republic of South Sudan. Nestled on the shores of the White Nile, the city is a port and the southern terminus of traffic along the Nile. It became the world’s newest capital on 9th July 2011, after South Sudan declared independence from the Republic of Sudan. Juba is rapidly changing, especially in the last 5 years and since independence.
It is said that Juba is the fastest growing city in the world due to its unique abundance of natural resources and subsequent International interest. Tourist attractions include: The Nile Bridge, John Garang Mausoleum and Jebel Kujur Hill.