Lomé

Capital, port, largest city, and main administrative and commercial centre of Togo, on the Bight of Benin; population (2003 est) 839,000. It is a centre for gold, silver, and marble crafts. Industries include steel production, oil refining, brewing, plastics, cement, textiles, paper manufacturing, and food processing; tourism is growing in ...
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Lomé

city, capital of Togo. Lomé lies on the Gulf of Guinea (Atlantic coast) in the extreme southwestern corner of the country. Selected as the colonial ... [7 related articles]
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Lomé

Lomé (lômā') , city (1998 est. pop. 700,000), capital of Togo, on the Gulf of Guinea. It is the country's administrative, communications, and industrial center, and the chief port, handling such items as coffee, cocoa, copra, and palm nuts. In 1978, the city's oil refinery beg...
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Lome

[n] - capital and largest city of Togo
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