Gabú Region

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Coordinates: 12°10′N 14°10′W / 12.167°N 14.167°W / 12.167; -14.167

Gabú Region
Gabú Region
Country Guinea-Bissau
Seat Gabú
Sectors Boé, Gabú, Piche, Pirada, Sonaco
 • Total 9,150.0 km2 (3,532.8 sq mi)
Population (2009 census)
 • Total 215,530
 • Density 24/km2 (61/sq mi)
ISO 3166 code GW-GA

Gabú region is the eastern-most region in Guinea-Bissau. Its capital is Gabú. The region borders Senegal to the north, Guinea to the east and south and the Guinea-Bissau regions of Tombali and Bafatá to the west. It covers an area of 9,150 km2, making it the largest of Guinea-Bissau's administrative regions. The population was estimated at 178,318 in 2004. The Corubal River flows through the south of the region.

Sectors of Gabú

Gabú is divided into 5 sectors:

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