Maseru

Maseru is the capital of Lesotho. It is also the capital of the Maseru District. Located on the Caledon River, Maseru lies directly on the Lesotho-South Africa border. Maseru is Lesotho`s capital city with a population of approximately 227,880 (2006). The city was established as a police camp and assigned as the capital after the country became a....
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Maseru

capital and largest urban centre of Lesotho. It is on the left bank of the Caledon River near the border with Free State province, South Africa. In ... [4 related articles]
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Maseru

Capital of Lesotho, on the Caledon River at the border with Free State in South Africa; population (2002 est) 169,200 (city), 483,100 (urban area). Founded in 1869 by the Basotho chief Mshweshwe I, it is a centre for trade in livestock, wool, hides, and grain, and for light manufacturing and food processing. The city, which retained its positio...
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Maseru

Maseru (măz'urOO) , city (1996 pop. 137,837), capital of the Kingdom of Lesotho, on the Caledon River, near the border with the Republic of South Africa. It is Lesotho's only sizable city and its administrative center. A trade and transportation hub, it lies on Lesotho's main road and is l...
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Maseru

[n] - the capital of Lesotho
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