Tite (Guinea-Bissau)

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Tite is one of four Sectors of Quinara Region of Guinea-Bissau. It has an area of 699.5 km2. [1]

Sectors of Quinara Region, with Tite marked blue Quinara sectors.png
Sectors of Quinara Region, with Tite marked blue

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  1. "GUINÉ-BISSAU EM NÚMEROS" (PDF). Stat-Guine Bissau (in Spanish). INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ESTATÍSTICA E CENSOS. Retrieved 12 October 2016.

Coordinates: 11°47′N15°24′W / 11.783°N 15.400°W / 11.783; -15.400