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Map of Central Equatoria district in South Sudan

Basic information about Central_Equatoria
Central Equatoria State is one of the ten states of South Sudan. With an area of 43,033 km², it is the smallest South Sudanese state. It was formerly named Bahr al Jabal after a tributary of the White Nile that flows through the state. It was renamed Central Equatoria in the first Interim Legislative Assembly on 1 April 2005 under the government of Southern Sudan. Central Equatoria seceded from Sudan as part of the Republic of South Sudan on 9 July 2011. The state capital of Juba is also the national capital of South Sudan.
Cities, towns & villages in Central Equatoria
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GondokoroGondokoro island is located in Jubek State and was located in the erstwhile state of Central Equatoria before 2015. The island was a trading-station on the east bank of the White Nile in Southern Sudan, 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) south of Khartoum. Its importance lay in the fact that it was within a few kilometres of the limit of navigability of the Nile from Khartoum upstream. From this point the journey south to Uganda was continued overland. The site of Gondokoro is near to the modern-day city of Juba. Other notable nearby settlements include Lado and Rejaf (Rageef). Show Gondokoroon the map
MongallaMongalla or Mangalla is a community in Terekeka,Jubek States in South Sudan, on the east side of the Bahr al Jebel or White Nile river. It lies about 75 km by road northeast of Juba. The towns of Terekeka and Bor lie downstream, north of Mongalla. Mongalla is an important center for gauging the flow of the Nile, with measurements taken regularly from 1905 until 1983, and since 2004. Show Mongallaon the map
LadoLado is a settlement in Jubek State in South Sudan, on the west bank of the White Nile. When General Gordon was appointed governor of the Egyptian territory of Equatoria in 1874, he moved his capital from Gondokoro to Lado, which had a healthier climate.In 1878 Emin Pasha was appointed Bey of Equatoria, then nominally under Egyptian control, with his base at Lado.At one point the settlement was capital of the Lado Enclave. Travelling through Africa, Russian explorer Wilhelm Junker stayed in Lado in 1884, and wrote complimentarily of its brick buildings and neat streets. Show Ladoon the map
RejafRejaf, also Rajāf or Rageef, is a community in Jubek State in South Sudan, on the west bank of the White Nile. The Lado Enclave was an exclave of the Congo Free State that existed from 1894 until 1910, leased by the British to King Leopold II of Belgium for the period of his lifetime. Rejaf was the terminus for boats on the Nile and the seat of the Commander, the only European colonial official within the enclave. Show Rejafon the map
YeiYei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan's southwest. It lies close to the borders of two of the country's trading partners, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from all three countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branches in the city. Yei is served by Yei Airport. Show Yeion the map
JubaJuba /ˈdʒuːbə/ (Arabic: جوبا‎‎) is the capital and largest city of the Republic of South Sudan. It also serves as the capital of Jubek State, one of the 28 states of South Sudan. The city is situated on the White Nile and functions as the seat and metropolis of Juba County. Show Jubaon the map
RokonRokon is a city in southern South Sudan, lying in the Jubek State, a part of the region of Equatoria. Ezra Baya Lawiri, priest and scholar, was buried here following his death in 1991. Show Rokonon the map
DimoDimo is a village in the Yei River State in South Sudan, on the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Show Dimoon the map
KeiroKiro was a colonial post in what is now the Central Equatoria province of South Sudan on the west side of the Bahr al Jebel or White Nile river. It was in part of the Lado enclave. In 1900 there were said to be 1,500 troops from the Congo Free State divided among the three Lado enclave Nile stations of Kiro, Lado and Redjaf.After the final defeat of the Khalifa by the British under General Herbert Kitchener in 1898, the Nile up to the Uganda border became part of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.An expedition upriver from Ondurman arrived in December 1900. A post was established at Kiro, but later was transferred to Mongalla in April 1901 since Kiro was claimed to be in Belgian territory. Show Keiroon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Central Equatoria
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Central Equatoria StateCentral Equatoria State was one of the original ten states of South Sudan. With an area of 43,033 km², it was the smallest South Sudanese state. It was formerly named Bahr al Jabal after a tributary of the White Nile that flows through the state. It was renamed Central Equatoria in the first Interim Legislative Assembly on 1 April 2005 under the government of Southern Sudan. Central Equatoria seceded from Sudan as part of the Republic of South Sudan on 9 July 2011. The former state's capital of Juba is also the national capital of South Sudan.Show on map
Juba CountyJuba County was an administrative area in Central Equatoria state, South Sudan. It was the largest county in Central Equatoria and one of the largest in the entire region of Equatoria. Its county seat was Juba, the state capital of Central Equatoria and the national capital of the Republic of South Sudan. Its population according to the disputed 2008 census conducted by the Republic of the Sudan, prior to South Sudanese independence, was 372,413. In 2015, the county was turned into the state of Jubek.Show on map
Lainya CountyLainya is a county on the Yei Juba road in the Yei River State of South Sudan. The county has been affected by the civil war between Sudanese People's Liberation Army/Movement (SPLA) and the National Congress Party (NCP) of the Sudanese government. Lainya had been bombed by planes and artillery of the Sudanese government against the SPLA/M rebels during the war.Show on map
TerkakaTerekeka County is an administrative division of Terekeka State state in South Sudan.The headquarters is the town of Terekeka, lying on the west bank of the White Nile 85 km (53 mi) north of Juba.\"Terekeka\" means \"the forgotten\" in local dialect.Show on map
Morobo CountyMorobo County is a county in the Yei River State, South Sudan. The county was part of the erstwhile Central Equatoria. In April 2016, the Kindi County was carved out from part of Morobo.Show on map
Different buildings in Central Equatoria
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Juba AirportJuba Airport (IATA: JUB, ICAO: HSSJ) is an airport serving Juba, the capital city of South Sudan. The airport lies to the northeast of the city's central business district, on the western banks of the White Nile. The city and airport are located in South Sudan's Jubek State.Show on map
Yei AirportYei Airport is an airport serving Yei in South Sudan.Show on map