Ngounie River

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The Ngounie River is a river and the last and second most important tributary of the Ogooué River, the first being the Ivindo River. It flows in Gabon, and passes through Fougamou, Sindara, and Mouila.

Course[edit]

The Ngounie River rises in the Chaillu Mountains. The most important obstacle on its course is the Imperatrice Falls. It receives water of tributaries including;

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.