Kigali

[n] - the capital and largest city of Rwanda
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Kigali

Capital of Rwanda, 80 km/50 mi east of Lake Kivu, and just south of the Equator; population (2001 est) 327,700. It is an important centre for trade in local produce, including coffee, cattle, cassiterite (tin ore), and tungsten. Manufacturing industries include textiles, chemicals, tin-processing, paints, and cigarettes. History Kigali ...
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Kigali

Kigali (kēgä'lē) , city (1997 pop. 330,000), central Rwanda, capital of Rwanda. It is the country's main administrative and economic center. The city has an international airport and road access to all of the country's borders. Iron ore (cassiterite) is mined nearby, and the cit...
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