Ziguinchor
Ziguinchor (also called Zinguinchor) is the capital of the Ziguinchor Region, and the chief town of the Casamance area of Senegal, lying at the mouth of the Casamance River. It has a population of ove...
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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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Samay (mythology)
The Kumpo, the Samay and the Niasse are three traditional figures in the mythology of the Diola in the Casamance (Senegal) and also in Gambia.Multiple times in the course of the year, i.e. during the ...
Samay (mythology) - Wikipedia
Kumpo
The Kumpo, the Samay and the Niasse are three traditional figures in the mythology of the Diola people in the Casamance (Senegal) and in Gambia.Multiple times in the course of the year, i.e. during t...
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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...
Cap Skirring
Cap Skirring, also spelled Cap Skiring, is a town on the Atlantic Ocean coast of the Basse Casamance (Ziguinchor) region of Senegal. It is a popular seaside resort with Europeans and has an airport ...
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Augustin Diamacoune Senghor
Father Augustin Diamacoune Senghor (4 April 1928 at Senghalène, Casamance, Senegal – 13 January 2007 at Val-de-Grâce Military Hospital, Paris, France).Father Senghor was a charismatic Roman Catholic p...
Ziguinchor Region
Ziguinchor is a region of Senegal (regional capitals have the same name as their respective regions). The region is also referred to historically and popularly as Basse Casamance.
Ziguinchor regi...
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Jola people
The Jola (Diola, in French transliteration) are an ethnic group found in Senegal (where they predominate in the region of Casamance), the Gambia, and Guinea-Bissau. There are great numbers on the Atla...
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Casamancian Autonomous Movement
Casamancian Autonomous Movement (in French: Mouvement Autonome Casamançais) was a political party in Casamance, southern Senegal. MAC was led by Assane Seck.MAC was initially linked to French Section ...
Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance
The Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance (French: Mouvement des forces démocratiques de Casamance, MFDC) is the main separatist movement in the Casamance region of Senegal, founded in 1982. It w...
Casamance River
The Casamance River flows westward for the most part into the Atlantic Ocean along a path about 200 miles (320 km) in length. However, only 80 miles (130 km) of it are navigable. The Casama...
Casamance River - Wikipedia
Bagaya
Bagaya is a settlement in Senegalin the department Bignona, in the region Ziguinchor Region, in the Casamance area. Bagaya belongs to the rural community of Balinghore in the arrondissement of Tendouc...
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Kolda Region
Kolda is a region of Senegal (regional capitals have the same name as their respective regions). The region is also referred to historically and popularly as Haute Casamance.
Kolda region is divi...
Kolda Region - Wikipedia
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 ...
Enampore - Wikipedia
Niasse
The Niasse, along with the Kumpo and the Samay, are three traditional masked figures in the folk mythology of the Jola people, living in the Casamance (Senegal) and also in Gambia.They play a central ...