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Kololi Point at Kololi Beach and Kotu Point

Kololi is a district of the municipality Kanifing ( English Kanifing Municipal ) in the West African state of Gambia .

The district is located in the west of the municipality and belongs to the place Serekunda . In the 1993 census, Kololi was listed as a separate town with 4416 inhabitants.


The district of Manjai Kunda is adjacent to the east, the border is defined by the main street Kotu Stream Road , which leads from Kotu to Sayerr Jobe Avenue . In the south lies the district of Bakoteh , both districts are separated by Kololi Road . In the south-west runs the border of the municipality Kanifing, neighboring is the place Kerr Seringe Ngaga to the south . In the northwest lies the coast of the Atlantic Ocean with Kololi Beach . The Kololi Point is located near here.

Individual evidence

  1. 1993 census ( Memento of the original from April 12, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. PDF file , accessed July 2011 @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.gambia.gm
  2. ^ ATM, Anna's Travel Map: The Gambia Tourist Attraction Map. The Smiling Coast. Anna's Travel Map, Banjul 2007, ISBN 978-1-4243-4346-1 .

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Coordinates: 13 ° 27 ′  N , 16 ° 43 ′  W