Geography of Senegal
Senegal is a coastal West African nation located 14 degrees north of the Equator and 14 degrees west of the Prime Meridian. The country's total area is 196 190 km² of which 192 000 ...
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Casamance
Casamance ([kɑ.za.mɑ̃s], Portuguese: Casamança [kɐzɐˈmɐ̃sɐ]) is the area of Senegal south of the Gambia including the Casamance River. It consists of Basse Casamance (Baixa Casamança, Lower Casama...
Administrative divisions of Senegal
Senegal is subdivided into four levels of administrative divisions.
At the top level are the Regions of Senegal and their elected administrative body. The 14 regions (régions, singular - région), ...
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Paoskoto
Paoskoto (often Paoscoto or Paos Koto) is a village and rural commune in Paoskoto Arrondissement in the Nioro du Rip Department of the Kaolack Region of Senegal, located near the border with the Gamb...
Lompoul desert
The Lompoul desert (sometimes spelled Lumpoul; in French: désert de Lompoul) is a small desert (about 18 km) located 145 km south of Saint-Louis, Senegal. It is characterized by orange sand ...
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Saloum Delta
16°29′55″W / 13.83528°N 16.49861°W / 13.83528; -16.49861Saloum Delta or Sine-Saloum Delta is a river delta in Senegal at the mouth of the Saloum River where it flows into the ...
Sahel
The Sahel is the ecoclimatic and biogeographic zone of transition in Africa between the Sahara Desert to the north and the Sudanian Savanna to the south. Having a semi-arid climate, it stretches acros...
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Bethio
The Principality of Bethio (also spelled Bequio, Bekio, Bitio, Bétio or Beetyo) was a small monarchy located for centuries along the lower Senegal River valley, on the border between modern Mauritania...
Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary
The Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary (French: Parc national des oiseaux du Djoudj) lies on the southeast bank of the Senegal River in Senegal, in northern Biffeche, north east of St-Louis. It provid...
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Ogo, Diourbel
Ogo is a village in Diourbel Region, Senegal. 15°50′W / 14.583°N 15.833°W / 14.583; -15.833
Ogo, Louga
Ogo is a village in Louga Region, Senegal. Well-known American volcanologist David Richardson lived in Ogo for three years while studying Sengal's geography. 13°17′W / 15.550°N 13.283°...
Lol Lol Peul
Lol Lol Peul is a Senegalese village located in the town of Louga, Louga Region. 15°16′W / 15.117°N 15.267°W / 15.117; -15.267
Morfil
Morfil (French: Ile à Morfil; literally, "Ivory Island") lies between the River Senegal and the Doué River in northern Senegal.Around the eleventh century, Morfil was the centre of Tekrur, one of ...
Sédhiou
Sédhiou is a town of Senegal, in Casamance area, nearby the Casamance river.
The main historical culture of Sédhiou came from the Mandinka people, but many populations are located in the area nowa...
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Enampore
Enampore is a village in the Casamance region of Senegal. It lies about 23 kilometres from the Casamance's chief town Ziguinchor. It is noted for its impluvium houses, which are a distinctive feature ...
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