Lékoumou Department

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Lékoumou
Department
Lékoumou, department of the Republic of the Congo
Lékoumou, department of the Republic of the Congo
Country Republic of the Congo
Capital Sibiti
Area
 • Total 20,950 km2 (8,090 sq mi)
Population (2007 census)
 • Total 96,393
 • Density 4.6/km2 (12/sq mi)

Lékoumou is a department of the Republic of the Congo in the southern part of the country. It borders the departments of Bouenza, Niari, Plateaux, and Pool, and the nation of Gabon. The regional capital is Sibiti. Principal cities and towns include Komono and Zanaga.

Districts of Lékoumou

Lékoumou is divided into four districts:

  1. Bambama District
  2. Komono District
  3. Sibiti District
  4. Zanaga District


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Coordinates: 0°52′00″S 14°49′00″E / 0.866667°S 14.8167°E / -0.866667; 14.8167