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Ndjolé is the capital town in the Abanga-Bigne Department in Gabon, lying northeast of Lambaréné on the Ogooué River, the N2 road and the Trans-Gabon Railway. It is known as a base for logging and as a transport hub. Ndjolé is the last city that can be reached by barge traffic traveling up the Ogooué River. Above Ndjolé there are rapids on the river.

Ndjolé
Ndjolé is located in Gabon
Ndjolé
Ndjolé
Location in Gabon
Coordinates: 0°11′S 10°45′E / 0.183°S 10.750°E / -0.183; 10.750Coordinates: 0°11′S 10°45′E / 0.183°S 10.750°E / -0.183; 10.750
Country Gabon
ProvinceMoyen-Ogooué Province
DepartmentAbanga-Bigne Department
Population
 (2008)
 • Total6,289

Further readingEdit

  • Petringa, Maria. Brazza, A Life for Africa. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2006. ISBN 978-1-4259-1198-0. Describes Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza's extensive explorations of Gabon and surrounding countries.