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Map of Fatick district in Senegal

Basic information about Fatick
Fatick is a town in Senegal, located between M'bour and Kaolack and inhabited by the Serer people. Its 2005 population was estimated at 24,243. It is the capital of the Fatick Region.
Cities, towns & villages in Fatick
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KahoneKahone is a town and commune near Kaolack, Senegal. It is primarily agricultural, but it is participating in industrial development plans. Also, the town is pursuing increased tourism based on its ancient Serer culture. There is a mosque thanks to the Wolof and Fula Muslim settlers and a Catholic mission in Kahone. There are numerous ancient tombs, stone circles and megaliths in the vicinity as well as large burial mounds implanted with baobab trees. Kahone is routinely involved in many administrative territorial disputes with neighboring communes, always emphasizing its earlier importance. Show Kahoneon the map
SokoneSokone is a town in the Fatick Region of central Senegal. Sokone is a tranquil town on the south-eastern Sine-Saloum Delta amid the mangroves. It is located on the road from Kaolack to Banjul, 50 km south of Kaolack and 66 km north of Banjul. During the colonial period, the town was a peanut port and the old warehouses can still be seen around town along with a large number of peanut fields in the surrounding country side. Along with peanuts, millet, cashews, and many fruits and vegetables are grown. Agriculture and fishing continue to be the main economic activities in the area. Show Sokoneon the map
GuinguinéoGuinguinéo is a city in the center of Senegal, situated in 22 kilometers to the northeast of Kaolack. Its history is an indisputable fame, Before 1956, Guinguinéo crossed the phenomenon of kingdoms piloted by the succession of several kings whose most famous is Fodé DIOUF. Guinguinéo became a common in 1956 and then municipality of full exercise in 1960. The first mayor was Doctor Charles Ndiaye. Show Guinguinéoon the map
PalmarinPalmarin (also called Palmarin Fakao, Palmarin-facao, or Nguedj) is a coastal village in Senegal, located in Sine-Saloum near Sangomar Point between Joal-Fadiouth and Djifer. Show Palmarinon the map
MbisselMbissel is a village in the west of Sénégal. It is situated in the region of Fatick. The population is overrun by the Serer people. Show Mbisselon the map
Loul SéssèneLoul Sessène (or Loul Séssène) is a village in Senegal located in the Sine-Saloum area, in the West of the country. Show Loul Séssèneon the map
DjilasDjilas (also spelled Djilass or Djilasse) is a village in Senegal located in the Sine-Saloum, in the west. Show Djilason the map
DiakhaoDiakhao (Serer proper : Jaxaaw) is a city in the west of Senegal. Show Diakhaoon the map
AïnoumaneAïnoumane is a village in the rural commune of Diouloulou, in the Bignona Department of the Ziguinchor Region of southwestern Senegal. In 2002 it had a population of 98 people. Show Aïnoumaneon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Fatick
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Fatick DepartmentFatick Department is one of the departments of Senegal, located in the Fatick Region on the road between Mbour and Koalack. Fatick is home to many Sereer people; the Sereers are one of the major ethnic groups in Senegal and there are four Sereer dialects. Fatick is a major urban center for the region and it houses many resources such as post offices, markets and the departments of education, arboriculture and agriculture for the region.Show on map
FatickFatick is a town in Senegal, located between M'bour and Kaolack and inhabited by the Serer people. Its 2005 population was estimated at 24,243. It is the capital of the Fatick Region.Show on map
FoundiougneFoundiougne Department is one of the departments of Senegal, located in the Fatick Region.Show on map
GossasGossas is a town in western Senegal about 90 km from the capital.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Fatick
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Sine-Saloum DeltaSaloum Delta or Sine-Saloum Delta is a river delta in Senegal at the mouth of the Saloum River where it flows into the North Atlantic Ocean. The delta covers 180,000 hectares. It extends 72.5 kilometers along the coastline and 35 kilometers inland. In 2011, a 145,811-hectare portion of the delta was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The site contains \"brackish channels encompassing over 200 islands and islets, mangrove forest, an Atlantic marine environment, and dry forest.\" Saloum Delta National Park covers 76,000 hectares of the delta.Show on map