Ouagadougou

Ouagadougou (uː; Mossi: ˈwaɡᵊdᵊɡᵊ) is the capital of Burkina Faso and the administrative, communications, cultural and economic centre of the nation. It is also the country`s largest city, with a population of 1,475,223 (as of 2006). The city`s name is often shortened to Ouaga. The inhabitants are called ouagalais. The spelling of the .....
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Ouagadougou

Capital and industrial centre of Burkina Faso, and of Kadiogo Province; population (2002 est) 839,800. Industries include textiles, beverages, and the manufacture of vegetable oil products, especially soap. Its pre-eminence as a commercial centre is challenged by Bobo-Dioulasso. It was the capital of the Mossi empire from the 15th centu...
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Ouagadougou

capital and largest town of Burkina Faso, West Africa. It was the capital of the historic Mossi kingdom of Wagadugu (founded in the 15th century) and ... [5 related articles]
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Ouagadougou

Ouagadougou or Wagadugu (both: wägudOO'gOO) , city (1991 est. pop. 634,500), capital of Burkina Faso. It is the nation's largest city and its administrative, communications, and economic center. Ouagadougou is also the trade and distribution center for an agricultural region whose main crop...
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