Niamey

capital of Niger noun the capital and largest city of Niger
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Niamey

city, capital of Niger. Located along the Niger River in the southwest corner of the republic, it originated as an agricultural village of Maouri, ... [5 related articles]
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Niamey

Niamey (nyämā') , city (1988 pop. 398,265), capital of Niger and Tillabéry dept., SW Niger, a port on the Niger River. Niamey is Niger's largest city and its administrative and economic center. Much of its importance stems from its location on the Niger River at the crossroads ...
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Niamey

Port, capital, and administrative centre of Niger, in the southwest of the country, on the northeast bank of the Niger River; population (2001) 675,000. Manufacturing industries include textiles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, ceramics, plastics, and foodstuffs, though service industries are the largest employers. It replaced Zinder as the capital...
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Niamey

[n] - the capital and largest city of Niger
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