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Bingerville is a town in south-eastern Ivory Coast. It is a suburb of Abidjan and is one of four sub-prefectures of Abidjan Autonomous District. Bingerville is also a commune. The town is about 10 kilometres east of Abidjan and lies on the Ébrié Lagoon.
Originally a market town, Bingerville grew as the capital of the French colony from 1909 until 1934. It is named after Louis-Gustave Binger, a former French colonial governor. Many colonial buildings survive in the town, which is also known for its botanical gardens.
Villages in the sub-prefecture include Eloka.
Bingerville is home to École militaire préparatoire technique (EMPT), a military academy.
- "Côte d'Ivoire". geohive.com. Retrieved 15 December 2015.
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