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RTA (Niger)

RTA is a village in northern Niger, lying -roughly- halfway between Agadez and Arlit. Administratively, it falls under the Agadez Region, Arlit Department, Dannet Commune. The village does not seem to have an official name, although some sources ...

                                               

Sabara Bangou

Sabara Bangou is a village in the north of the rural commune of Tondikiwindi, Ouallam Department, Tillaberi Region in southwestern Niger, 180 km north of the nations capital Niamey and 22 km south of the border with Mali. The village has about 70 ...

                                               

Seguedine

Seguedine is a town in central eastern Niger, lying at the far northern tip of the Kaouar escarpment, an inhabited oasis in the midst of the Sahara Desert. It is a Commune of Bilma Department, Agadez Region. While isolated in modern Niger, it onc ...

                                               

Tahoua

Tahoua is a city in Niger and the administrative centre of the Department of Tahoua and the larger Tahoua Region. It is the fourth largest town in the country, with a population of 117.826.

                                               

Tamaske

Tamaske lies in the Sahel biome in Niger. The neighboring municipalities are Kalfou in the northwest, Keita in the northeast, Garhanga in the southeast and Badaguichiri in the south. The municipality is divided into 42 administrative villages, 41 ...

                                               

Tamou

Tamou is a village and "Rural commune" in Niger. The town is capital of its Rural Commune in the Say Department of Tillaberi Region, in the far southwest of the nation. It is southwest of Niamey, on the right bank of the Niger River, between the ...

                                               

Tanout

Tanout is a town in southern Niger. It is in Zinder Region, Tanout Department, north of the city of Zinder. It is the administrative capital of Tanout Department.

                                               

Tarka, Niger

Tarka, Niger is a village and rural commune in Niger. It is located in the Belbedji Departement of the Zinder Region. As of 2010 the commune had a population of 86.695.

                                               

Tassara

Tassara rural commune lies at the junction of the Sahel and the Sahara, receiving just enough yearly rainfall to make seasonal nomadic pasturage possible. The neighboring communes are Ingall to the northeast, Abalak to the southeast, Tchintabarad ...

                                               

Tchintabaraden

Tchintabaraden is a town and commune located in the Azawagh area of Niger, in the north of the Tahoua Region.It is the capital of the regions Tchintabaraden Department. It is the market center for the Iwillimidan Tuareg. The first insurrectionist ...

                                               

Tenhya

Tenhya is a village and rural commune in Niger. As of 2010, it had a total population of 20.533 people. Tenhya located in the northern Sahel. The neighboring municipalities are Aderbissinat in the northwest, the northeast Tabelot, Tesker to the e ...

                                               

Tera

Tera is a city in the Tillaberi Region, Tera Department of Niger. It is situated 175 km north-west of the capital Niamey, close to the border with Burkina Faso. It is mainly inhabited by Songhai, Fulani, Gourmantche and Buzu ethnic groups. The ma ...

                                               

Tesker

Tesker or Tasker is a village and rural commune in Niger. As of 2010, it had a population of 33.544 people. It is the birthplace of musician Mamane Barka. The sparsely populated commune extends over a wide area and spans two major regions: the Sa ...

                                               

Tessaoua

Tessaoua, formerly known as Tessawa, is a city located in the Maradi Region of Niger. It has a population of 31.667. Tessaoua is historically an important city in its region. It is situated in a central geographical location. Tessaoua is a midpoi ...

                                               

Tezirzaït

Tezirzaït is a village in the Aïr Massif of northern Niger. Tezirzaït is the prime village of the Tezirzaït Valley, which forms the northern edge of the Tamgak Massif in the center-east Aïr Massif. The village is bordered on the north by the Teme ...

                                               

Timia

Timia is a small town and commune in northern Niger, situated at an oasis in the Aïr Mountains, Agadez Region, Arlit Department. Visitors come to the Tuareg town to see a seasonal waterfall, a former French fort and the nearby ruined town of Asso ...

                                               

Tondikandia

Tondikania, some 120 km northeast of the capital Niamey. It is centered in the large dry river valley of the Dallol Bosso, which runs south from Saharan Mali, joining the Niger River valley south of Niamey. Tondikania is bordered by Dingazi and F ...

                                               

Tongo Tongo

Tongo is a village in the rural commune of Tondikiwindi, Ouallam Department, Tillaberi Region in southwestern Niger, 174 km north of the nations capital Niamey and 28 km south of the border with Mali. The village has about 160-170 huts/dwellings, ...

                                               

Torodi

Torodi is a small town and a rural commune in Niger. As a rural center, Torodi hosts a large weekly market and the seat of local tribal authority. Torodi is in the Say Department of the Tillaberi Region, which surrounds the national capital, Niam ...

                                               

Zinder

Zinder, formerly also spelled Sinder, is the third largest city in Niger, with a population of 170.574 ; by the 2012 census its population reached 235.605. It is situated 861 km east of the capital Niamey and 240 km north of the Nigerian city of ...

                                               

Agadez Region

Agadez Region is one of the eight Regions of Niger. At 667.799 square kilometres, Agadez is the largest Region in the country, as well as the largest subdivision of an African state. The capital of the department is Agadez.

                                               

Diffa Region

Diffa Region is divided into three Departments: Maïne-Soroa Department Nguigmi Department Diffa Department The Region also includes three Urban Communes, a number of Rural Communes, four Cantons, and over twenty Groupments administrative councils ...

                                               

Dosso Region

Dosso is one of the eight Regions of Niger. The region has an area of 31.002 square kilometres, with a population of 2.078.339 as of 2011.

                                               

Maradi Region

The Region of Maradi is one of seven Region of Niger. It is located in south-central Niger, east of the Region of Tahoua, west of Zinder, and north of the Nigerian city of Kano. The administrative centre is at Maradi. The population of the Region ...

                                               

Tahoua Region

Tahoua is divided into 8 Departments: Madaoua Department Bkonni Department Keita Department Tchintabaraden Department Tahoua Department Abalak Department Bouza Department Illela Department

                                               

Zinder Region

Numerous Palaeolithic and Neolithic remains, as well as cave paintings, have been found in the Termit Massif. Zinder was the centre of the Sultanate of Damagaram, a powerful sultanate which dominated much of the surrounding region from the mid-18 ...

                                               

Blue Mountains (Niger)

The Blue Mountains: Montagnes Bleus, Tamasheq: Izouzaouene, Izouzaoenehe) are a mountain range in the northeastern section of the Aïr Massif in Niger, about 100 km ENE of the town of Iferouane and 30 km NE of the Tezerik oasis. Isolated from the ...

                                               

I-n-Azaoua

I-n-Azaoua was a crude, French colonial-era redoubt built in February 1899 alongside an established well, three kilometres south of the current border line between Algeria and Niger.

                                               

Kaouar

The Kaouar, or Kaouar Cliffs is a north-south escarpment running some 150 km in north east Niger. Surrounded by the Tenere desert and the dunes of the Erg of Bilma, easterly winds striking the 100-meter-high escarpment of Kaouar provide easy acce ...

                                               

Ouallam Department

Ouallam is a department of the Tillaberi Region in Niger. Its capital lies at the city of Oullam, which is designated an Urban Commune. The department also includes the Rural Communes of Simiri and Tondikiwindi, as well as the towns of Bani Bango ...

                                               

Tanout Department

Tanout is a department of the Zinder Region in Niger. Its administrative seat is the city of Tanout. As of 2011, the department had a total population of 475.125 people. On 15 April 2010, the Council of Ministers announced that Amadou Seybou Diof ...

                                               

Tessaoua Department

Tessaoua is a department of the Maradi Region in Niger. Its capital lies at the city of Tessaoua. As of 2011, the department had a total population of 479.384 people.

                                               

Natural areas in Nigeria

Cross River National Park Gashaka Gumti National Park Okomu National Park Old Oyo National Park Kamuku National Park Kainji National Park Yankari National Park Chad Basin National Park

                                               

Omo Forest Reserve

Omo Forest Reserve is a preserved area of tropical rainforest in the Nigerian state of Ogun, in the south-west part of the country. It is located about 135 km northeast of Lagos and 80 km east of Ijebu Ode. This nature reserve covers an area of 1 ...

                                               

Ondo State

Ondo or Ondo State is a state in Nigeria created on February 3, 1976, from the former Western State. It originally included the present Ekiti State, which was split off in 1996. Akure is the state capital. Each Nigerian state has several minister ...

                                               

Abadam

Abadam is a Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria, on the western coast of Lake Chad. Its headquarters are in the town of Malumfatori. It has an area of 3.973 km² and a population of 100.180 at the 2006 census. The postal code of the area ...

                                               

Abaji

Abaji is an area council in the Federal Capital Territory in Nigeria. The city is the land of the Egbira, Ganagana and Hausa people, the majority are Egbira and Ganagana, the first settlement in Abuja are Egbira and Tiv people before the coming o ...

                                               

Abala, Abia State

Abala Ibeme or simply Abala is a village located in southeastern Nigeria, about 5 km south of Aba town, along Opobo road of Abia State. Abala people are known for their unique way of living. The village is made up of its King known as "Eze" and i ...

                                               

Abor, Enugu

Abor is a town in southeastern Nigeria, located in Enugu State near the city of Enugu. Abor is located on the Old Enugu-Nsukka Road, an important thoroughfare for travelers heading to northern Nigeria from the east. It consists of eight separate ...

                                               

Achalla

Achalla is the capital of Awka North, a Local Government Area in Anambra State, south-central Nigeria. It comprises eight villages: Umudiani, Amukabia, Odawa, Umuogbe, Umunagu, Umuezede, Udezu and Amadim. Achallas current monarch is Igwe Alex Nwo ...

                                               

Ada, Osun

Ada is a town in the Boripe Local Government area of Osun State, Nigeria. A town headed by Oba Abimbola Olalekan Abioye II, Ada has the biggest market in the local government area and it generated the highest revenue for it. Buying and selling ta ...

                                               

Ado, Benue

Ado is a local government area of Benue State, Nigeria and was created in 1991. It is one of the 9 local government areas in the southern senatorial zone which is mainly occupied primarily by the Idoma people of Benue State. The administrative he ...

                                               

Ado, Nasarawa

Ado is a town in Nasarawa, central Nigeria. It is a district of Karu Local Government Area, Nasarawa State and is among the towns that make up the Karu urban area, a conurbation of towns stretching to Nigerias Federal Capital Territory. Its neigh ...

                                               

Afijio

Afijio is a Local Government Area in Oyo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Jobele. It has an area of 722 km² and a population of 134.173 at the 2006 census. The postal code of the area is 211. Afijio local government area is sub ...

                                               

Afikpo North

Afikpo North is a Local Government Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. Its headquarters is in the town of Ehugbo, Afikpo. Its important townships include Unwana, Itim, Ohaisu, Nkpoghoro, Ugwuegu/Amaizu, Ozizza, Amasiri, Ibii/Akpoha. It has an area of ...

                                               

Afikpo South

Edda administratively designated by Nigeria as Afikpo South is a local government area in Ebonyi State, Nigeria. It is the homeland of a culturally distinct people known as the Eddish People who are often considered a sub-class of the dominant Ig ...

                                               

Agatu

Agatu is a Local Government Area of Benue State, Nigeria created in 1996. It used to be the Agatu district of the old Otukpo division. The headquarters of the local government is at Obagaji; it is one of nine local government areas in the souther ...

                                               

Agulu

Agulu is a large town in Anambra State, Nigeria. It is located in Anaocha Local Government Area. It is home to the Agulu Lake. People from Aguglu include a previous Governor of Anambra State Peter Obi, Dora Akunyili the past NAFDAC czar, Ifeanyi ...

                                               

Aiyedaade

Ayedaade is a Local Government Area in Osun State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Gbongan in the north of the area at 7°28′00″N 4°21′00″E. It has an area of 1.113 km² and a population of 150.392 at the 2006 census. The postal code o ...

                                               

Ajalli

Ajalli, is an Igbo speaking town in south eastern Nigeria. It is the headquarters of Orumba North local government area of Anambra State. Its geographic coordinates are 6" 02 46 North, 7" 12 36 East. Its neighbours are Ufuma, Akpu, Nawfija, Umuog ...