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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of N'Djamena, Chad
About N'DjamenaSatellite view is showing N'Djamena, largest city and the national capital of Chad a country in northern Central Africa.
The city is situated to the north of the confluence of Chari River and Logone River, close to the border with Cameroon. Opposite the Logone river lies the Cameroonian town of Kousséri.
N'Djamena has a population of about 1 million inhabitants. Spoken languages are French and Arabic (both official).
The city was founded as Fort-Lamy by the French in 1900 as a major trading and supply center. 13 years after independence Chad's first president changed the city's name to N'Djamena (in 1973).
The map shows a city map of N'Djamena with expressways, main roads and streets, and the location of N'Djamena International Airport (IATA code: NDJ) located on the outskirts of the city.
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Tuesday-June-27 08:02Time zone: West Africa Time (WAT) :: UTC/GMT +1 hours
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City Coordinates: 12°6′47″N 15°2′57″E
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