The Nimba Mountains is a 40 kilometres long mountain range in western Africa.
The range marks the border triangle of Guinea, Liberia and the Ivory Coast. Its highest summit is also known as Mont Richard-Molard or Mont Nouon. It is the highest summit of Guinea and the Ivory Coast.
The Mount Nimba hosts one of the richest caches of iron ore odes on the planet, rivaling Bolivia's Mutún
Since 1944 Guinea and Ivory Coast area has been a nature reserve, called the Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve.
Gambia 1997, Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve.
Guinea 1998, Mount Nimba.
(this is an official issue of Guinea, not produced by an agency)
The stamp is existing:
200fr (brown border), 300fr (blue border) and 750fr (green border).