Gnato

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Gnato
Gnanto
Village
Gnato is located in Ivory Coast
Gnato
Gnato
Location in Ivory Coast
Coordinates: 4°26′N 7°32′W / 4.433°N 7.533°W / 4.433; -7.533
Country  Ivory Coast
District Bas-Sassandra
Region San-Pédro
Department Tabou
Sub-prefecture Djamandioké
Time zone GMT (UTC+0)

Gnato (also spelled Gnanto) is a village in the south-western corner of Ivory Coast. It is in the sub-prefecture of Djamandioké, Tabou Department, San-Pédro Region, Bas-Sassandra District. The village sits on the east bank of the Cavalla River, which forms the border between Ivory Coast and Liberia.

Gnato was a commune until March 2012, when it became one of 1126 communes nationwide that were abolished.[1]

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Coordinates: 4°26′N 7°32′W / 4.433°N 7.533°W / 4.433; -7.533