About Zunheboto District
Zunheboto took its name from two collections of the words “Zunhebo” and “Kuya” in the Sumi language. Zunhebo is the name of a flowering plant with white leaves that carry a sponge as ears. Zunheboto Province was established on December 19, 1973. It is located in central Nagaland and is bounded by Mokokchung and Tuensang districts in the north, Phek district in the south, Kiphire in the east and Wokha and Kohima in the west. Zunheboto is home to the Sumi Nagas. Zunheboto got its name from the 'Land of the Heroes'.
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Zunheboto is famous for its bird sanctuary and its large forest cover. Apart from them, the University of Nagaland campus is also located in Zunheboto in the Lumami villages of the Akuluto subdivision.
The region has an area of 1255 km2.
There are 7 total villages in Zunheboto.
There are 191 total districts in the region.
There are 2 cities in total in this region.
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