Bandama River

The selectable images and aerial photographs within this page illustrate information about Bandama River. The Bandama River is the longest river in Côte d'Ivoire with a length of some 800 kilometers. The south-flowing river is fed by the Marahoué, Solomougou, Kan and Nzi rivers and empties into the Tagba Lagoon and the Gulf of Guinea.

The Bandama flows through Lake Kossou, a large artificial lake created in 1973 by the construction of the Kossou Dam at Kossou.

Yamoussoukro, the capital of Côte d'Ivoire, is located adjacent from the Bandama River.

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Toukouzou (21.81 km)

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Lauzoua (36.16 km)

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Ebonou (39.21 km)

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Cosrou (41.59 km)

Cosrou is a town and commune in Côte d'Ivoire.

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Lake Kossou

Lake Kossou is the largest lake in Côte d'Ivoire. It lies in the center of the country on the Bandama River. It is an artificial lake, created in 1973 by damming the Bandama River at Kossou (the Kossou Dam). Some 85,000 Baoulé people were displaced by the lake.
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