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Basic information about Haut_Uele
Haut-Uele District is a district located in Orientale Province, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The district takes its name, which means \upper Uele\ in French, from the Uele River.
Cities, towns & villages in Haut Uele
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NiangaraNiangara is a town in the Haut-Uele Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, lying on both sides of the Uele River. It is the headquarters of the Niangara Territory. The town has a hospital operated by Médecins Sans Frontières. As of April 2010 the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Congo had a base in Niangara town. However, the peacekeepers had few troops and the roads in the area are poor, so they rarely leave the town.They have neither prevented nor responded to a series of attacks in the territory by the Lord's Resistance Army. Show Niangaraon the map
DunguDungu /ˈdʊŋɡuː/ DUUNG-goo is a town in Haut-Uele Province located at the confluence of the Dungu and Kibali Rivers where they join to form the Uele River, south of the Garamba National Park. Dungu's terrain is wooded savannah, and its climate is tropical. It is the principal town in Dungu Territory. It has a hospital, nursing school, high school, Internet cafe, and a cathedral—as it is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Doruma–Dungu. The town is divided into four main neighbourhoods: Uye (south), Mussa (south center), Ngilima (center) and Bamokandi (north). Show Dunguon the map
WatsaWatsa is a community in the Haut-Uele Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, administrative center of the Watsa Territory. It is served by Watsa Airport, a grass airstrip 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of the town. Watsa was the location of the VI battalion of the Force Publique in the 1940s and 1950s. Show Watsaon the map
FaradjeFaradje is a town in the Haut-Uele District of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and is the administrative center of Faradje Territory. It lies on the Dungu River. It had a population of about 25,000 in 2009. It has dirt streets, a police station and a market. There is a small airstrip (code FZJK).It lies at an elevation of 2,690 feet (820 m) above sea level. Show Faradjeon the map
DorumaDoruma is a city in the northeastern regions of the Haut-Uele District, Orientale Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is near the border with South Sudan. Show Dorumaon the map
Gangala-na-BodioGangala-na-bodio is a town in northeastern DR Congo. It was the site of the Gangala-na-Bodio Elephant Domestication Center during the colonial period. Show Gangala-na-Bodioon the map
WambaWamba Territory is a part of the Haut-Uele Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The administrative center is the town of Wamba. Show Wambaon the map
AbaAba is a city in the northeast of Orientale Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; it is near the border with South Sudan. Show Abaon the map
BagbeleBagbele is a village in the Haut-Uele District of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the border with South Sudan. Show Bagbeleon the map
MungbereMungbere is a small town in Orientale Province, in the north of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Show Mungbereon the map
IbambiIbambi is a community in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Show Ibambion the map
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States, regions, administrative units in Haut Uele
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Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Haut Uele
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IsiroIsiro (pronounced [iˈsiro]) is the capital of Haut-Uele Province in the northeastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It lies between the equatorial forest and the savannah and its main resource is coffee. Isiro's population is estimated at approximately 182,000. Most people speak Lingala, but Swahili is not uncommon.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Haut Uele
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Parc National de la GarambaGaramba National Park, located in Orientale Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Africa, was established in 1938. One of Africa's oldest National parks, it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. Garamba is (or at least was) the home to the world's last known wild population of Northern White Rhinoceros. Due to poaching of the rhinos within the park, it was added to the list of World Heritage in Danger in 1996. The park is also well known for its African elephant domestication programme started in the 1960s, which managed to train tourist-rideable animals.Show on map