Lolo River

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The Lolo River is a river in Gabon, and one tributary of the Ogooue River.

It rises in the Chaillu Mountains. Then, it receives water of its main tributary Bouenguidi past Koulamoutou, Ogooue-Lolo.

References[edit]

  • National Geographic. 2003. African Adventure Atlas Pg 24,72. led by Sean Fraser.
  • Lerique Jacques. 1983. Hydrographie-Hydrologie. in Geographie et Cartographie du Gabon, Atlas Illustré led by The Ministère de l'Education Nationale de la Republique Gabonaise. Pg 14-15. Paris, France: Edicef.