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Nzérékoré Prefecture

Nzérékoré Prefecture
Prefecture
Location of Nzérékoré Prefecture and seat in Guinea.
Location of Nzérékoré Prefecture and seat in Guinea.
Country  Guinea
Region Nzérékoré Region
Capital Nzérékoré
Area
 • Total 1,786 sq mi (4,625 km2)
Population
 • Total 278,000
Time zone Guinea Standard Time (UTC+0)

Nzérékoré is a prefecture located in the Nzérékoré Region of Guinea. The capital is Nzérékoré. The prefecture covers an area of 4,625 km.² (1850 sq. miles) and has an estimated population of 278,000.

Sub-prefectures

The prefecture is divided administratively into 11 sub-prefectures: Nzérékoré-Centre • Bounouma  • Gouécké  • Kobéla  • Koropara  • Koulé  • Palé  • Samoé  • Soulouta  • Womey  • Yalenzou

Towns and villages

Alaminata, Balimou, Bamba, Bana, Bangoueta, Bassaita, Batoata, Beliehouma, Benda, Beneouli, Bienta, Bilikoidougou, Bipa, Bohon, Boita, Boma, Boo, Bounouma, Bowe, Dapore, Demou, Din, Diogouinta, Diomanta, Dorota, Douala, Dourouba, Foudjou, Gala, Galagbaye, Galeye, Gambata, Gbadiou, Gbaeta, Gbagoune, Gbaya, Gbili, Gbonoma, Gbote, Gbouo, Gobouta, Gonon, Gota, Gou, Goueke, Gounangalay, Gpagalai, Guela, Guelabodiou, Hoota, Kabieta, Kankore, Karagouala, Karana, Kelema, Kelemadiou, Keora, Keoulenta, Kerediala, Kleita, Koaliepoulou, Kodeda, Kogbata, Kogoloue, Kola, Kolagbata, Kolata, Koliouata, Koloda, Komata, Komou, Koni, Konia, Konian, Konigpala, Koola, Koro, Kotodzou, Kouenala, Koule, Lokooua, Lomou, Louhoule, Loula, Loule, Mabossou, Mana, Mananko, Meata, Moata, Ngnin, Niambala, Niaragbaleye, Niaragpale, Niema, Ninata, Nionta, Noona, Nzao, Orata, Oueya, Ouinzou, Pineta, Poe, Pouro, Samoe, Saouro, Sehipa, Selo, Sibamou, Sopota, Souhoule, Soulouta, Yalenzou, Yeneta, Yleouena, Yogbota, Yomou, Youa, Zapa, Zenemouta, Zohoyea

External links

  • Maplandia

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