Zépréguhé

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Zépréguhé is a village in western Ivory Coast. It is in the sub-prefecture of Daloa, Daloa Department, Haut-Sassandra Region, Sassandra-Marahoué District.

Zépréguhé
Village
Zépréguhé is located in Ivory Coast
Zépréguhé
Zépréguhé
Location in Ivory Coast
Coordinates: 6°54′N 6°22′W / 6.900°N 6.367°W / 6.900; -6.367
Country Ivory Coast
DistrictSassandra-Marahoué
RegionHaut-Sassandra
DepartmentDaloa
Sub-prefectureDaloa
Time zoneUTC+0 (GMT)

Until 2012, Zépréguhé was in the commune of Idibouo-Zépréguhé. In March 2012, Idibouo-Zépréguhé became one of 1126 communes nationwide that were abolished.[1]

The Ivorian painter Frédéric Bruly Bouabré was born in Zépréguhé.

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