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Map of Kakamega district in Kenya

Basic information about Kakamega
Kakamega County is a county in the former Western Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Kakamega. It has a population of 1,660,651 and an area of 3,033.8 km². The county has nine constituencies (2010):
Cities, towns & villages in Kakamega
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Kakamega(Not to be confused with Kakamega County.) Kakamega is also the genus of the Grey-chested babbler (Kakamega poliothorax), a bird Kakamega is a town in western Kenya lying about 30 km north of the Equator. It is the headquarters of Kakamega County. The town has a population of 99,987 (2009 census). Kakamega is 52 km north of Kisumu, the third largest city in Kenya and a port city on Lake Victoria. The average elevation of Kakamega is 1,535 metres. Show Kakamegaon the map
MumiasMumias is a town in Kakamega County of Kenya. The town has an urban population of 116,358 (2009 census).Mumias was the center of the Mumias District. The town is linked by road to Kakamega (in east), Busia (west), Bungoma (north), Butere (south). The village of Buchinga is located between Mumias and Kakamega. Mumias Sugar Company is a major employer. It also owned the Mumias Sugar FC, which was one of the top football teams in Kenya until it was disbanded in 2007. Show Mumiason the map
ButereButere is a town in Kakamega County of the former Western Province of Kenya. It has an urban population of 4725 (2009 census). Until 2010, the town was the capital of the former Butere/Mumias District. Show Butereon the map
MusandaMusanda is a settlement in Kenya's Kakamega County on the border with Nyanza province. Show Musandaon the map
Mohanda ArundeMohanda Arunde is a settlement in Kenya's Nyanza Province. Show Mohanda Arundeon the map
Kiming’iniKiming'ini is a settlement in Kenya's Kakamega County. Show Kiming’inion the map
KholeraKholera is a settlement in Kenya's Western Province. Show Kholeraon the map
EmasatsiEmasatsi is a settlement in Kenya's Kakamega County. Show Emasatsion the map
ButsotsoButsotse is a settlement in Kenya's Kakamega County. Show Butsotsoon the map
MurekoMureko is a settlement in Kenya's Kakamega County. Show Murekoon the map
AisereAisere is a settlement in Kenya's Kakamega County. Show Aisereon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Kakamega
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Lugari DistrictLugari District was one of the seventy-one districts of Kenya, located in that country's Western Province. Its capital was Lugari. In 2010, the district was eliminated and incorporated into Kakamega County. Lugari District had a population of 215,920 and an area of 670 km² . Lugari District had one local authority, Lugari county council. The only constituency in the district was Lugari Constituency. The district is divided into three administrative divisions:Show on map
Butere/Mumias DistrictButere/Mumias District was an administrative district in the Western Province of Kenya. Its capital town was Butere. The district had a population of 476,928 (1999 census) and an area of 939 km² . In 2010, the district was eliminated and incorporated into Kakamega County. The district has four constituencies: \n* Butere Constituency \n* Khwisero Constituency \n* Matungu Constituency \n* Mumias ConstituencyShow on map
Kakamega(Not to be confused with Kakamega.) Kakamega County is a county in the former Western Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Kakamega. It has a population of 1,660,651 and an area of 3,033.8 km². The county has nine constituencies (2010): \n* Malava Constituency \n* Lurambi Constituency \n* Shinyalu Constituency \n* Ikolomani Constituency \n* Khwisero Constituency \n* Butere Constituency \n* Matungu Constituency \n* Mumias Constituency \n* Lugari ConstituencyShow on map
Different buildings in Kakamega
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Kakamega AirportKakamega Airport is a small airport in Kenya. It serves the town of Kakamega. At 1,530 metres (5,020 ft) above sea level, the airport has a single asphalt runway which measures 4,200 feet (1,300 m) in length and 49 feet (15 m) in width.Show on map
Bukhungu StadiumThe Bukhungu Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Kakamega, Kenya. It used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Western Stima of the Kenyan Premier League. The stadium holds 5,000 spectators.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Kakamega
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Kakamega ForestKakamega Forest is a tropical rainforest situated in the Kakamega and Kisumu Counties of Kenya, North West of the capital Nairobi, and near to the border with Uganda. It is Kenya's only tropical rainforest and is said to be Kenya's last remnant of the ancient Guineo-Congolian rainforest that once spanned the continent.Show on map