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Senegal Map – Cities and Roads

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This map of Senegal contains cities, towns, highways, roads, and regions. Satellite imagery and a physical map display Senegal’s deserts, savanna, and topography.

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About the map

Senegal World Map

Senegal is the westernmost country in mainland Africa. It’s situated beside the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast. Senegal borders Mauritania to the north, Mali to the east, Guinea to the southeast, and Guinea-Bissau to the southwest.

Also, it completely surrounds the country of The Gambia, which is basically a 20 to 30-mile buffer along the Gambia River. Senegal also shares a maritime border with Cape Verde, which is about 600 kilometers (373 mi) off the west coast of Senegal, Africa. Dakar is the capital and largest city of Senegal.

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IMAGERY

Senegal Satellite Map

Senegal is situated beside the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast. It borders Mauritania to the north, Mali to the east, Guinea to the southeast, and Guinea-Bissau to the southwest. Also, it completely surrounds the country of The Gambia, which is basically a 20 to 30-mile buffer along the Gambia River.

Senegal is the westernmost country in mainland Africa. It also shares a maritime border with Cape Verde, which is about 600 kilometers (373 mi) off the west coast of Senegal, Africa. Dakar is the capital and largest city of Senegal.

Senegal Satellite Map

PHYSICAL

Senegal Physical Map

Senegal has generally low-lying terrain without any major mountain chains. In the southeast, Senegal has a mix of plains and rising foothills from the Fouta Djallon highland region. At 648 meters (2,126 ft), an unnamed ridge near Nepen Diakha at the border of Guinea is Senegal’s highest peak.

Senegal’s largest lake is the artificial Guiers Lake. Another prominent region is Casamance, which is an area south of The Gambia including the Casamance River.  Casamance is recognized for its rainfall and lush tropical landscape.

Senegal Physical Map

ADMINISTRATION

Senegal Regional Map

Regions are the first-level administrative unit in Senegal. Currently, there are 14 regions in Senegal. Then, regions in Senegal are divided into 45 departments, which are the second-level administrative unit.

Senegal Regions Map

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