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|Cameroon is a West African country bordering the Bight of Biafra in southwest.
Capital city is Yaounde. Spoken languages are French and English (official), as well as many local languages and pidgin.
Map is showing Cameroon and the surrounding countries with international borders, provinces boundaries, the national capital Yaoundé, provinces capitals, major cities, main roads, railroads and airports.
Border Countries: Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville), Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Nigeria
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Administrative Map of Cameroon
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|Administrative Divisions of Cameroon
Cameroon is divided into ten provinces (province capital in brackets):
Adamaoua (Ngaoundéré), center (Yaoundé), Est (Bertoua), Extreme-Nord (Maroua), Littoral (Douala), Nord (Garoua), Nord-Ouest (Bamenda), Ouest (Bafoussam), Sud (Ebolowa), Sud-Ouest (Buea)
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