Adéane

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Adéane
Rural Community and town
Adéane is located in Senegal
Adéane
Adéane
Location in Senegal
Coordinates: 12°37′40″N 16°0′55″W / 12.62778°N 16.01528°W / 12.62778; -16.01528Coordinates: 12°37′40″N 16°0′55″W / 12.62778°N 16.01528°W / 12.62778; -16.01528
Country  Senegal
Region Ziguinchor
Department Ziguinchor
Arrondissement Niaguis
Population (2002)
 • Total 2,115
Time zone GMT (UTC+0)

Adéane is a small town and rural community in Senegal. It has a population of 2115 people according to the 2002 census.[1] It lies on the southern bank of the Casamance River, opposite where the Soungrougrou River joins the Casamance, in close proximinty to the Bissine Forest. It lies along the N6 highway, connecting it to Ziguinchor and Kolda.

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Villages[edit]

Villages in the Adéane rural community comprise

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Localité de Adeane". PEPAM. Retrieved 16 September 2011.