Denguélé

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Denguélé is one of the 19 regions of Côte d'Ivoire. The region's capital is Odienné. Covering 20,600 km², its population (2002 est.) is 277,000.[1]

The villages of Kimbirila-Nord and Tiefinzo are close to the Malian town of Manankoro.

Formerly consisting of only one department, Odienné, the region is now divided into three departments: Odienné, Madinani, and Minignan.

Coordinates: 9°30′N 7°25′W / 9.500°N 7.417°W / 9.500; -7.417

  1. ^ "Population and other stats of Region du Denguele", travelsradiate.com, accessed April 7th, 2011.