Pita, Guinea

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Pita
Pita Guinea 2012.jpg
Pita is located in Guinea
Pita
Pita
Location in Guinea
Coordinates: 10°49′N 12°42′W / 10.817°N 12.700°W / 10.817; -12.700Coordinates: 10°49′N 12°42′W / 10.817°N 12.700°W / 10.817; -12.700
Country  Guinea
Region Labé Region
Prefecture Pita Prefecture
Population (2008)
 • Total 13,735

Pita is a town in the Fouta Djallon highlands of Guinea, lying south west of Labé. Its population was estimated at 13,735 in 2008. [1] It is the capital of the Pita Prefecture of the Labé Region.[2]

It is known for its bakeries and for waterfalls including the Kinkon Falls and Kambadaga Falls. Pita is one of the villages in guinea. they're also many more as in Labe,Dalaba,Kankan & etc.. People in Pita usually speaks Fulani which is a Guinean language.

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Gazetteer, Retrieved on June 16, 2008
  2. ^ "Subprefectures of Guinea". Statoids. Retrieved April 20, 2009.