Adamawa State

Sukur Cultural Landscape

Sukur or Sukur Cultural Landscape is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located on a hill above the village of Sukur in the Adamawa State of Nigeria. It is situated in the Mandara Mountains, close to the border with Cameroon.

Mandara Mountains

The Mandara Mountains are a volcanic range extending about 190 km along the northern part of the Cameroon–Nigeria border, from the Benue River in the south to the north-west of Maroua in the north.

Koma People and Koma Hills

Koma is a relatively primitive hill-dwelling ethnic group in northern Adamawa, in the Atlantika. The Koma people are divided into three main groups, the hill-dwelling Beya and Ndamti, and the Vomni and Verre lowlanders.

Three Sisters Hill

The Three Sisters is the name given to a natural body of mountains in Song LGA of Adamawa state. Although it is not clearly known how the mountains came about the title, people around the place really appreciate the natural wonder.

Kiri Dam

The Kiri Dam is in Adamawa state in the north east of Nigeria. Built across the Gongola river, the 1.25km-long, 20m-high dam was mainly completed in 1982.