Cormotibo

Cormotibo
Cormontibo, Kormotibo
Village
Cormotibo is located in French Guiana
Cormotibo
Cormotibo
Cormotibo, along the western border with Suriname on the Maroni River.
Coordinates: 3°47′42″N 54°07′02″W / 3.7951°N 54.1172°W / 3.7951; -54.1172Coordinates: 3°47′42″N 54°07′02″W / 3.7951°N 54.1172°W / 3.7951; -54.1172
CountryFrance
Overseas regionFrench Guiana
ArrondissementSaint-Laurent-du-Maroni
CommunePapaïchton
Elevation
[1]
347 m (105 ft)
Time zoneUTC-3

Cormotibo (Cormontibo, Kormotibo)[1] is a village in western French Guiana, close to the border with Suriname, it is inhabited by Aluku Maroons. The village has been founded by Hervé Tolinga, the son of the granman.[2]

In 1943, the village was described as being in decline.[3] As of 2020, the village still exists near Papaichton.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b "Map, Weather, and Airports for Kormotibo, French Guiana". Retrieved 2007-04-29.
  2. ^ "Parcours La Source". Parc-Amazonien-Guyane (in French). Retrieved 1 June 2020.
  3. ^ "Notes sur les Boni de la Guyane française page 128-129". Persée.fr. 1943. doi:10.3406/jsa.1943.2348. Retrieved 3 June 2020.
  4. ^ "Parcours la Source (Papaïchton) : Livret d'accompagnement". Parc Amazonien Guyane (in French). Retrieved 3 June 2020.


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