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Bagata Territory

Bagata Territory
Bagata Territory is located in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Bagata Territory
Bagata Territory
Location in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Country  Democratic Republic of the Congo
Province Bandundu Province
District Kwilu District
 • Total 7,019 sq mi (18,179 km2)
Elevation 902 ft (275 m)
Time zone Kinshasa Time (UTC+1)
National language Kikongo

Bagata Territory is an administrative region in the Kwilu District of Bandundu Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The headquarters are in the town of Bagata. The territory is divided into five sectors: Kidzweme, Kwango-Kasai, Kwilu-Ntobere, Manzasay and Wamba-Fatunda.[1]

The Kasai River flows along the northern boundary of the territory. The Kwilu River crosses the territory, flowing in a northwesterly direction past the town of Bagata towards the city of Bandundu, where it joins the Kwango River shortly before that stream enters the Kasai.[1]


  1. ^ a b X. Blaes, PNUD-SIG (October 2008). "Découpage administratif de la République Démocratique du Congo". UNOCHA and PNUD. Retrieved 2011-11-22. 
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