Sokodé

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Downtown Sokodé

Sokodé is the second-largest city in Togo. The city is in the center of the country, 339 kilometres (211 mi) north of Lomé, and sits between the Mo River and the Mono River. The government of the Tchaoudjo and Centrale Region is in this city. As of 2020, 117,811 people live in Sokodé,[1] and the city is a main place of trade for farming in the nearby lands.

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Coordinates: 8°59′N 1°08′E / 8.983°N 1.133°E / 8.983; 1.133