The Gambia River (formerly known as the River Gambra) is a major river in West Africa, running 1,130 kilometres (700 mi) from the Fouta Djallon plateau in north Guinea westward through Senegal and the Gambia to the Atlantic Ocean at the city of Banj…
Latitude and longitude of Banjul
Banjul, officially the City of Banjul and formerly known as Bathurst, is the capital of the Gambia and is in a division of the same name. The population of the city proper is only 34,828, with the Greater Banjul Area, which includes the City of Banjul and the Kanifing Municipal Council, at a population of 357,238 (2003 census). Banjul is on St Mary's Island (Banjul Island), where the Gambia River enters the Atlantic Ocean. The island is connected to the mainland to the west and the rest of Greater Banjul Area via bridges.
Latitude: 13° 27' 9.86" N
Longitude: -16° 34' 40.91" W
Articles of interest in Banjul
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Banjul International Airport also known as Yundum International (IATA: BJL, ICAO: GBYD) is the international airport of Banjul, capital of the Gambia.
Serekunda is the largest urban centre in The Gambia.
Kunta Kinteh Island, formerly James Island, is an island in the Gambia River, 30 km from the river mouth and near Juffureh in the country of the Gambia. Fort James is located on the island.
The Gambia is a very small and narrow country with the border based on the Gambia River. The country is less than 48 km wide at its greatest width. The country's present boundaries were defined in 1889 after an agreement between the United Kingdom a…
Brikama is one of the largest cities in the Gambia, lying south of the country's capital, Banjul.
The National Assembly is the legislative branch of government in the Gambia.
Bakau is a town on the Atlantic coast of Gambia, west of Gambia's capital city of Banjul. It is known for its botanical gardens, its crocodile pool Bakau Kachikally and for the beaches at Cape Point. Bakau is the first major suburb outside Banjul an…
Albreda is a historic settlement in the Gambia on the north bank of the Gambia River, variously described as a 'trading post' or a 'slave fort'. It is located near Jufureh in the North Bank Division and an arch stands on the beach connecting the two…
Arch 22 is a commemorative arch on the road into Banjul in the Gambia.
Abuko National Park is a nature reserve in the Gambia lying south of the town of Abuko.
Jufureh, Juffureh or Juffure is a town in the Gambia, located 30 kilometers inland on the north bank of the River Gambia in the North Bank Division near James Island.
Independence Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Bakau, Gambia. It is currently used mostly for football matches, although it is also used for music concerts, political events, trade fairs and national celebrations.
The Albert Market is a street market in Banjul, the Gambia.
Tanji is a town in Gambia, along the Atlantic coast. It is primarily a fishing village, but it also has a popular museum, the Tanje Village Museum in which artisans and craftsmen engage in traditional crafts.
Kanifing is one of eight Local Government Areas in the Gambia. The municipality has the largest population of any of the administrative districts in Gambia, and lies immediately west of the City of Banjul.
Kanifing is a town in the Kanifing Local Government Area of the Gambia.
The Gambia National Museum is a Gambian cultural museum located in Banjul. It is home to historical documents and displays concerning the History of the Gambia.