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Yallal in the region of North Bank with it's 512 inhabitants is a place in Gambia - some 59 mi (or 96 km) East of Banjul, the country's capital city.

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Current time in Yallal is now 11:26 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is named "Africa / Banjul" with an UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Ziguinchor, Saint-Louis, Kolda, Kaolack, Dakar or Banjul. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Yuna, Yallal, Ndanka Ndanka, Maka Farafenni, Katchang and Alicali Kunda. We saw some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.


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Roots/Visit To Juffureh & James Island(T...

05:04 min ( November 25, 2009 by Shaka Zion)
Views: 857 - Rating: 5/5

Visit To Juffureh & James Island(Gambia) Place where Kunta Kinteh was born and captured as a slave. Alex Hailey wrote "Roots here

In Africa

02:00 min ( April 06, 2010 by johnmorris006)
Views: 285 - Rating: 5/5

A short film of my experience in the gambia. The footage was filmed over a month and was edited together on return. I have just finished the full film which stands at about an hour in length and it fl...


Roots/Visit To Juffureh & James Island P...

05:29 min ( November 26, 2009 by Shaka Zion)
Views: 570 - Rating: 3.66667/5

Visit To Juffureh & James Island(Gambia) Place where Kunta Kinteh was born and captured as a slave. Alex Hailey wrote "Roots here

Tendaba River Trip wmv

02:31 min ( February 07, 2012 by RutlandOspreys)
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Lyn Howells describes amazing views of a Clawless Otter during the Rutland Osprey Project team's evening boat trip at Tendaba. A pod of Bottle-nosed Dolphins made the evening even more memorable


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Interesting facts about this location

Farafenni

Farafenni is a town in the Gambia, lying on the Trans-Gambia Highway in the North Bank Division, just south of the border with Senegal. It is an important market town. The population of Farafenni is around 30,000 and the main local language is Wolof, although Mandinka, Fula and other languages are also fairly common.

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Located at 13.55, -15.7 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Tags:North Bank Division, Populated places in the Gambia, The Gambia – Senegal border crossings

Lower River Division

Lower River is one of the five administrative divisions of the Gambia. Its capital is Mansa Konko.

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Located at 13.55, -15.7 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 10 mi away.
Tags:Divisions of the Gambia, Lower River Division

Mansa Konko

Mansa Konko is a town in the Gambia, lying north of Soma. Formerly the home of an important chief. Mansa Konko translates as "the hill of kings" in Mandinka. It was later an administrative centre under the British, from which time some buildings survive.

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Located at 13.55, -15.7 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 12 mi away.
Tags:Lower River Division, Populated places in the Gambia

Soma, Gambia

Soma is a town in the Gambia, lying south of the River Gambia. It is an important crossroads, where the main east-west road in the country crosses the Trans-Gambia Highway.

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Located at 13.55, -15.7 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 14 mi away.
Tags:Populated places in the Gambia

Senegambian stone circles

The Senegambian stone circles lie in Gambia north of Janjanbureh and in central Senegal. Coordinates: 13° 41 N – 15° 31 W. Approximate area: 15,000 square miles (39,000 km²). They are sometimes divided into the Wassu (Gambian) and Sine-Saloum (Senegalese) circles, but this is purely a national division. The stones were erected around the eighth century on top of earlier graves.

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Located at 13.55, -15.7 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:African archaeology, Archaeological sites in Senegal, Archaeological sites in the Gambia, History of Senegal, History of the Gambia, Janjanbureh, Gambia, Prehistoric Africa, Serer history, Stone circles, World Heritage Sites in Senegal, World Heritage Sites in the Gambia