|Suburb and commune|
Location of the commune in Abidjan
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Abobo is a northern suburb of Abidjan and one of the 10 urban communes of this city in Ivory Coast. Abobo is one of the most populated communes in the country with about one million inhabitants in an area of 9,000 ha (90 km2), a density of 111 inhabitants per hectare. Many of the residents are Muslim settlers from the north of the country.
Abobo, part of Northern Abidjan, is the northernmost suburb of the city, and borders with the boroughs of Attécoubé, Adjamé, and Cocody. It borders also with the city of Anyama, located few km in the north.
Abobo is home to a railway station located on the road linking Ivory Coast to Burkina Faso, and a bus station.
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