Fianarantsoa

town, east-central Madagascar. The town was founded in 1830. It lies on the eastern fringe of a forested escarpment at an average elevation of 4,000 ... [1 related articles]
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Fianarantsoa

Fianarantsoa (fyänäräntsOO'u, –tsō'u) , town (1993 pop. 99,005), S central Madagascar, in the central highlands. It is the chief commercial center of a fertile agricultural region producing rice, coffee, potatoes, tobacco, and wine. Food processing is the town's ch...
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Fianarantsoa

Fianarantsoa is a city (commune urbaine) in south central Madagascar. Fianarantsoa is the capital of Haute Matsiatra Region. It was built in the early 19th century by the Merina as the administrative capital for the newly conquered Betsileo kingdoms. It is at an average altitude of {convert|1200|m}, and has a population of 144,225 (2001 census). F...
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