Senegal is an officially Francophone country in Western Africa. With the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Senegal has Guinea-Bissau to the south, Guinea to the southeast, Mali to the east, and Mauritania to the north.
Saint-Louis is a city and a world heritage site on the Grande Cote in Northern Senegal.
Cap Vert-Thies is a region in Senegal. It includes the Cap-Vert Peninsula and the administrative region of Thies.
Dakar is the capital and largest city of Senegal and is often regarded as the cultural and commercial center of French-speaking West Africa.
Popenguine is a village in the Cap Vert-Thies region of Senegal. This small village on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean is located just 70km south of Dakar on the Petit Cote.
The Casamance is a region in southern Senegal centered on the river of the same name.
Palmarin is a rural community in Central Senegal. It is part of the Fatick administrative region.
Sokone is a town in the Fatick administrative region of Central Senegal.
Mar Lodj is a rural community in Central Senegal. It belongs to the district of Fimela, in the Fatick administrative region.
Mboro is a city in the Cap Vert-Thies region of Senegal in the middle of the garden belt outside Dakar, which produces large quantities flowers and vegetables for domestic consumption and export.
Joal-Fadiouth is a city in the Cap Vert-Thies region on the western coast of Senegal.
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