Football is the most popular sport in Cte d'Ivoire. The national team won the Africa Cup of Nations in Senegal in 1992. In 2006 they participated in the 2006 World Cup in Germany. The youth national teams have also done well in world championships, and the clubs from Cte d'Ivoire have won several continental titles. The Ivory Coast national team won a second African cup of nations in 2015. Famous players from the country include Kolo Tour, Didier Drogba, Wilfried Bony, Yaya Tour, Gervinho, Seydou Doumbia, and Salomon Kalou.â¢ Other Related Knowledge ofthe ivoryâ â â â â âGrabo, Ivory CoastGrabo is a town in south-western Ivory Coast. It is a sub-prefecture and commune of Tabou Department in San-Pdro Region, Bas-Sassandra District. The town is three kilometres east of the Cavally River, which forms the border with Liberia. In 2014, the population of the sub-prefecture of Grabo was 39,181.â â â â â â2017 in Ivory CoastThis article lists events from the year 2017 in the Ivory Coastâ â â â â âBlack Ivory CoffeeBlack Ivory Coffee is a brand of coffee produced by the Black Ivory Coffee Company Ltd in northern Thailand from Arabica coffee beans consumed by elephants and collected from their waste. The taste of Black Ivory coffee is influenced by elephants' digestive enzymes, which breaks down the coffee's protein. The coffee beans are digested within 15 to 70 hours, and are present with various other ingredients in the elephants' stomachs, which imparts specific flavors to the product. .â â â â â âIvory Coast at the 2017 World Championships in AthleticsIvory Coast competed at the 2017 World Championships in Athletics in London, Great Britain, from 4-13 August 2017.â â â â â âIvory Coast at the 1988 Summer OlympicsIvory Coast competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Koreaâ â â â â âThe Ivory DoorThe Ivory Door is a three-act play by A. A. Milne. It is set in a fictional castle and the surrounding countrysideâ â â â â âWildlife of Ivory CoastThe wildlife of Ivory Coast consists of the flora and fauna of this nation in West Africa. The country has a long Atlantic coastline on the Gulf of Guinea and a range of habitat types. Once covered in tropical rainforest, much of this habitat has been cleared, the remaining terrain being gallery forests and savanna with scattered groups of trees, resulting in a decrease in biodiversity. As of 2016, 252 species of mammal had been recorded in Ivory Coast, 666 species of bird, 153 species of reptile, 80 species of amphibian, 671 species of fish and 3660 species of vascular plantâ â â â â â2006 in Ivory CoastThe following lists events that happened during 2006 in Ivory Coastâ â â â â âConstitutional Council (Ivory Coast)The Constitutional Council (French: Conseil constitutionnel) is a judicial body in the government of Ivory Coast that is patterned after the Constitutional Council of France. The Council was created by law in 1994 and began its operations in 1995. The seat of the Council is in Abidjanâ â â â â âDepartments of Ivory CoastDepartments of Ivory Coast (French: dpartements de Cte d'Ivoire, also known as collectivits territoriale) are currently the third-level administrative subdivision of the country. Each of the 31 second-level regions of Ivory Coast is divided into two or more departments. (The autonomous districts contain no regions, but they do contain departments.) Each department is divided into two or more sub-prefectures, which are the fourth-level subdivisions in Ivory Coast. As of 2016, there are 108 departments of Ivory Coast. There is one area of Ivory Coast that is not governed by departments: the portion of Como National Park that is within Zanzan District is not assigned to any department. Departments were first created in 1961. During their existence, they have been first-, second-, and third-level administrative subdivisions.â â â â â âLesley Anne IvoryLesley Anne Ivory is a painter who generally paints cats, and is best known for her Ivory Cats. She has illustrated more than 40 children's books. She was born Lesley Anne Revill in 1934 in Luton, Bedfordshire, UK. Her father was a dental surgeon and her mother a textile designer. She attended St. Alban's School of Art, specialising in fabric design and wood engraving. She rose to fame in the 1980s, following time spent developing her illustrative abilities with many freelance commissions. It is for her 'Ivory Cats' with highly detailed studies of cats on rich and decorative backgrounds that have made her work popular on merchandise for nearly three decades, from plates, greeting cards, kitchenware through to wristwatches, fine china and wall calendars. She has taken part in exhibitions, including three one-woman shows in London, annual shows at the Chris Beetles Gallery in London and at Salisbury Museum in Wiltshire. In 1993, she had a major exhibition in New York. Her wood engravings were exhibited at the Summer Exhibition of the Royal Academy for a consecutive decade. She also created a set of limited edition prints of animals for the World Wildlife Fund. She is also one of the patrons of the UK-based Cat Action Trust. The range of merchandise featuring the Ivory Cats is extensive and includes hundreds of items from the US, UK and Europe in addition to being an expending market in Japan. It has appeared on merchandise from Danbury Mint, Hunky Dory, Enesco, Past Times, and many others. Today her work can be seen on Flame Tree calendars, Halcyon Days boxes, and Wentworth Wooden Jigsaws. Her work is exhibited at the Chris Beetles Gallery. In 2015, Lesley commissioned her first website.