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Mounana

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Mounana
Mounana (Gabun)
Mounana (1° 24′ 30,6″ S, 13° 9′ 30,96″O)
Mounana

Coordinates 1° 25′ S, 13° 10′ OCoordinates 1° 25′ S, 13° 10′ O
Basic data
State Gabon

Province

Haut-Ogooué
Department Lemboumbi-Leyou
Height 303 m
Inhabitants 4377 (2013)

Mounana is a commune in the Lemboumbi-Leyou department of Gabon within the Haut-Ogooué province. As of 2013, the population was assessed at 4377.[1] The commune is located at an altitude of 303 meters.[2] The commune is located on the N3 road and was a major center of uranium mining in the region from 1958 to 1999.[3] Nowadays, agriculture is practiced on the former site.

Sports

CF Mounana has won the national football championship three times so far.

Web links

  • Data on Mounana at Falling Rain Genomics (English), retrieved 27 February 2021.

Individual references

  1. REPUBLIQUE GABONAISE (ed.): RÉSULTATS GLOBAUX DU RECENSEMENT GÉNÉRAL DE LA POPULATION ET DES LOGEMENTS DE 2013 DU GABON (RGPL-2013). 2013, p. 240 (mays-mouissi.com [ PDF]).
  2. Maps, Weather, and Airports for Mounana, Gabon.Retrieved 27 February 2021.
  3. Thomas Schlüter: Geological Atlas of Africa: With Notes on Stratigraphy, Tectonics, Economic Geology, Geohazards, Geosites and Geoscientific Education of Each Country. Springer Science & Business Media, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-76373-4, p. 112 (google.com [accessed 27 February 2021]).