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Boueni - Mayotte

Bouéni is a French city, located in the department of Mayotte Mayotte and the region. Its inhabitants are called Bouéniens and Bouéniennes. 

The municipality covers 13.7 km ² and 6583 inhabitants since the last census of the population. The population density is 480.2 inhabitants per km ² in the town. 

Surrounded by the municipalities of Kani Keli, Acoua and Sada, Bouéni is located 7 km south-west of Sada's largest city nearby.

(from : http://www.annuaire-mairie.fr)

Copyright: Romain Calvetti
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Taken: 06/02/2011
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Geüpdatet: 10/04/2015
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