Kamarang looking east
|Elevation||1601 ft (490 m)|
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Kamarang is an Amerindian village, standing at the confluence of the Kamarang River and Mazaruni River, in the Cuyuni-Mazaruni Region of Guyana in the disputed Guayana Esequiba region. Its altitude is 490 metres (1601 feet).
Kamarang has a Primary School, Hospital, Police station and a paved airstrip. The village has seen extensive economic growth at the start of the 21st century and has remained a hotspot for economic activities which include Gold and Diamond Mining.
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