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Natural landscape, Lebialem
Natural landscape, Lebialem
Department location in Cameroon
Department location in Cameroon
Lebialem is located in Cameroon
Lebialem is located in Africa
Coordinates: 5°42′47″N 10°03′54″E / 5.71306°N 10.06500°E / 5.71306; 10.06500
CountryLebialem Cameroon
ProvinceSouthwest Province
 • Total238 sq mi (617 km2)
 • Total113,736
Time zoneUTC+1 (WAT)

Lebialem is a department of Southwest Region in Cameroon. The Division covers an area of 617 km2 and as of 2005 had a total population of 113,736.[1] The capital of the department lies at Menji. Lebialem got its name from the Lebialem Falls, a twin water fall, which means ' a hill from which water drops '. The Division is dominated by two ethnic groups, the Mundani to the north and the Bangwa to the south (ba meaning people of), though other ethnic groups exists, the makeup a minority, example the Mbo, Banyangi and Bamiléké.

  1. ^ "Population and Housing Census - Cameroon Data Portal".

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