Labé

town, west-central Guinea. Located on the Fouta Djallon plateau (at 3,445 feet [1,050 m]) near the source of the Gambia River, it lies at the ... [1 related articles]
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Labé

Labé (läbā') , town (1996 pop. 249,515), W central Guinea, in the Fouta Djallon. It is the market center for a farm region where citrus fruit, bananas, vegetables, and rice are grown and cattle are raised. Labé was incorporated in the Mali empire in the early 13th cent. ...
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Labe

Labe, river: see Elbe.
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Labé

Labé is the main city and administrative capital of the Fouta Djallon region of Guinea. It has a population of about 200.000. It is the second largest city in the country after the capital Conakry in terms of economic importance. Labé is situated some 450 km northeast of Conakry close to the geographic centre of Guinea. ==History== The city was ...
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Labe

[hamlet] Labe (German: Elbe) is a hamlet in Šumperk District, Olomouc Region, Czech Republic. It was founded by German settlers from Vrchlabí in 1521. Vrchlabí is called Hohen Elbe in German language, thus the hamlet is obviously named after settlers` hometown. Czech name is a consequence of bad understanding of name`s evolution. Officia...
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