The landlocked country in East-Central Africa, South Sudan is currently the newest country as it gained its independence in 2011 from the Republic of Sudan. South Sudan has been widely recognized in the world with its capital in Juba. The main ethnic groups in the country are the Dinka who are of the highest number in the country, with about 40% of the population. There is also the Nuer, the Bari, and the Azande. Each of these ethnic groups has their own unique form of culture, history, and festivals. When you visit South Sudan, you can’t ever get tired or bored because of the colorful festivals and other entertaining events that take place. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!