MAP OF LAMBARENE

DRAPEAU GABON

 

Published in Gabon

MAP OF FRANCEVILLE

DRAPEAU GABON

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Published in Gabon

MAP OF ZONE OPRAG PORT GENTIL

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Port Gentil is the second largest city in Gabon. Located southwest of Libreville, it was named after Emile Gentil.

The President of the present republic is His Excellency Mr. Ali BONGO ONDIMBA. The country's capital is Libreville, but other major cities are present in the country such as Franceville or Lambaréné.

Neighboring Congo-Brazzaville, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon, it is a forest country where the fauna and flora are still well preserved. Formerly involved in the triangular trade and then French colony, Gabon has been independent since 1960.

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MAP OF MUSANZE

 

 

 

 

 

The district of Musanze is one of the five districts of the Northern Province of Rwanda. Its chief town is the city of Ruhengeri also called Musanze. In 2012, its population was 368,000.

Musanze is the most mountainous district in Rwanda, encompassing most of the Volcanoes National Park, with offices in Kinigi. Five of the eight volcanoes in the Virunga Range (Karisimbi, Bisoke, Sabyinyo, Gahinga and Muhabura) are within the boundaries of the district. The district is also home to most of the mountain gorillas living in Rwanda.

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MAP OF RUBAVU

 

 

 

 

 

The district of Rubavu is one of the five districts of the Western Province of Rwanda. Its chief town is the city of Gisenyi.

This district is headed by the city of Gisenyi, its area is 388 km, for 403 662 inhabitants (2012). It is composed of 12 sectors. It is located near the shores of Lake Kivu, around the city of Gisenyi and right next to the Congolese border that separates it from the city of Goma.

It is also close to Mount Nyiragongo, an active volcano.

Location: The district of Rubavu is located in North-East Rwanda. It borders the districts of Nyabihu and Rutsiro and has a transnational border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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MAP OF KIGALI

 

 

 

 

 

Kigali (ki-, prefix Bantu, -gali, extended) is the capital of Rwanda and the economic and administrative center of the country. Its population is about one million inhabitants. The city is built on several hills.

Perched at 1,500 meters above sea level, Kigali is made up of three geographical poles, corresponding to former communes: Nyarugenge, Kicukiro, Gasabo. As is the case in many Rwandan cities, the Kigali neighborhoods are built around hills that bear names referring to known places (such as a hotel or an administration) and thus serve as geographical landmarks for the inhabitants who the great majority of them do not know the names of the streets.

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Published in Rwanda

MAP OF PORT GENTIL

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Port Gentil is the second largest city in Gabon. Located southwest of Libreville, it was named after Emile Gentil.

The President of the present republic is His Excellency Mr. Ali BONGO ONDIMBA. The country's capital is Libreville, but other major cities are present in the country such as Franceville or Lambaréné.

Neighboring Congo-Brazzaville, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon, it is a forest country where the fauna and flora are still well preserved. Formerly involved in the triangular trade and then French colony, Gabon has been independent since 1960.

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Published in Gabon

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MAP OF DOUALA

 

 

 

 

Douala, a port city, is the economic capital of Cameroon and the main business center of the country. Located at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, at the mouth of the river Wouri, it is the largest port in the country and one of the largest in Central Africa.

The city stretches along both banks of the river and there is only one bridge to go from one bank to the other.
The President of the Republic of CAMEROON is His Excellency Paul BIYA.

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MAP OF DE DOLISIE

 

Dolisieformerly called Loubomo (until the national conference of 1991) is the third city of the Republic of Congo, located in the center of the axis Pointe-Noire Brazzaville. It is located in the Niari region, of which it is the chief town. The city is connected by the national road 1 as well as by therailway Congo-Ocean (CFCO) to the two main cities of the country, Brazzaville (350 km) and Pointe-Noire, as well as in Gabon which is about200 kilometers to the north. Its current mayor is Paul Adam Dibouilou, who succeeded Jean-Michel Mavoungou-Ngot.

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MAP OF BRAZZAVILLE

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Brazzaville is the capital of the Republic of Congo and is located on the Congo River. The capital has more than 1,370,000 inhabitants.
 
The city was first the Mfoa station in the Teke territory of Nkuna. It was founded by the French explorer, Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, on October 3, 1880 and from which the city takes its name. The President of the Republic of Congo is Mr. Denis SASSOU N'GUESSO.
The Republic of Congo is an African country straddling the equator. It is surrounded by many neighbors such as Gabon (Port Gentil, Libreville), Cameroon (Douala, Yaounde), the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo (Kinshasa), Ubangi and Cabinda (Angola).Below the map of BRAZZAVILLE zoomable, with search by activity or by partner.
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