Ziguinchor

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was designed to carry approximately 580 passengers. In all, almost 2,000 passengers are believed to have been on board, including 185 people who boarded the ship from Carabane, an island where there was no formal port of entry or exit for passengers. The exact number of all passengers remains unknown but there were 1,034 travelers with tickets. The remaining number comes from people who did not hold tickets either because they were not required to (children aged less than 5) or because


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of the first Club Med resorts. Ziguinchor region is also known for growing great quantities of rice, oranges, mangoes, bananas, cashews, tropical fruits and vegetables, fish, and prawns, much of which are processed locally and exported from the city, its port, and its airport. Mauritania Airways flies twice a week to Dakar (Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport) and Nouakchott (Nouakchott Airport). Ethnicity Labelled the most cosmopolitan city in Senegal, WikiPedia:Ziguinchor Commons:Category:Ziguinchor


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Casamance. Étude de cas du réseau routier à travers la construction de la route Tobor-Ziguinchor '', Dakar, Université Cheikh Anta Diop, 2000, 119 p. + annexes, (Mémoire de Maîtrise) * Baudouin Duquesne, ''


vegetable oil

and an airport. In February 2007, the new Ziguinchor University opened in the city. OUVERTURE DE L’UNIVERSITE DE ZIGUINCHOR, Agance Pres Senegalais, 3 March 2007. It is also home to a large peanut oil (Vegetable oil) factory. A vibrant tourist (Tourism in Senegal) destination, the beaches of nearby Cap Skirring were discovered by foreign tourists in the 1960s, and the location was built up to become one


distinctive feature

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 of Jola (Jola people) architecture. Last voyage On September 26, 2002, the ferry ''Joola'' set sail from Ziguinchor in the Casamance region on one of its frequent trips between southern Senegal and the country's capital Dakar. It was about 1:30 pm At the time of the voyage the ship


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and basic Arabic (Arabic language) in addition to his mother tongue, Wolof (Wolof language). He had to leave his French school in 1936 when he clashed with the principal. After an unsuccessful stint working with his father (Sembène was prone to sea-sickness), he left for Dakar in 1938, where he worked a variety of manual labour jobs. DATE OF BIRTH 1923-01-1 PLACE OF BIRTH Ziguinchor, Casamance, Senegal DATE OF DEATH 2007-06-9 There is a ferry at Ziguinchor


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in Senegal, one of the most important towns on the river. Other important towns villages on its banks include Goudomp, Sediou, Diattakounda, Tanae, and Kolda. **Tambacounda - Tambacounda Airport **Ziguinchor - Ziguinchor Airport * '''Togo''' The city lies on the N1 (N1 road (Senegal)) and N7 road (N7 road (Senegal))s. As a part of the Trans-Sahelian Highway system, these are critical for traffic going between the Kayes Region of Mali

from Dakar to Ziguinchor sank, since then a new ferry has replaced it and the water route to Ziguinchor has reopened. The road through Tambacounda is the only internal route between the two parts of the country, however it is also possible to travel through the Gambia. The city lies on the N1 (N1 road (Senegal)) and N7 road (N7 road (Senegal))s. As a part of the Trans-Sahelian Highway system, these are critical for traffic going between the Kayes Region of Mali


stint working

and basic Arabic (Arabic language) in addition to his mother tongue, Wolof (Wolof language). He had to leave his French school in 1936 when he clashed with the principal. After an unsuccessful stint working with his father (Sembène was prone to sea-sickness), he left for Dakar in 1938, where he worked a variety of manual labour jobs. DATE OF BIRTH 1923-01-1 PLACE OF BIRTH Ziguinchor, Casamance, Senegal DATE OF DEATH 2007-06-9 There is a ferry at Ziguinchor


international association

de 3rd cycle publiée en 1984, ''Colonisation et Régionalisme. Ziguinchor en Casamance'', Paris, ORSTOM, 270 p. External links * Centre culturel régional de Ziguinchor, Ministère de la Culture, du Patrimoine historique classé, des Langues nationales et de la


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Ziguinchor Region subdivision_type2 Departement (Departments of Senegal) subdivision_name2 Ziguinchor (Ziguinchor Department) subdivision_type3 subdivision_name3 subdivision_type4 subdivision_name4 seat_type seat parts_type parts_style !-- list (for list), coll (for collapsed list), para

(for paragraph format) Default is list if up to 5 items, coll if more than 5-- parts p1 p2 government_footnotes government_type leader_title Mayor leader_name Abdoulaye Baldé (politician) Abdoulaye Baldé

and the coastal regions of Sénégal (Dakar, Thiès, Saint-Louis (Saint-Louis, Senegal)): the most densely populated parts of both these nations. This east - west travel intersects with Senegal's most important route from Dakar to the Casamance region, which is cut off by Gambia. Slow river ferries, border posts, and corrupt border guards mean that many Senegalese are willing to travel far out of their way to avoid the international border. In 2002 the MV Joola ferry

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 over 230,000 (2007 estimate). It is the second largest city of Senegal, but largely separated from the north of the country by The Gambia.

The city has a tropical savanna climate, with an average annual accumulated rainfall of 1547mm (about 61 inches). http: www.iwmi.cgiar.org wetlands pdf Africa Region3 SENEGAL.pdf

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