Dzolo (also Ave-Dzolo) is a village with 4,000 residents near the town of Kévé in southwest Togo. The primary economic activity in the village is agriculture; its principal crops are peanuts, corn, and manioc. It is the sister city of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, France.
- Website about Dzolo (French)
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