Collines of Burundi

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The Communes of Burundi are divided into 2,639 collines. Colline means "hill" in French, one of the two official languages of the country. The collines are listed below, by commune:

Collines of Burundi

Bisoro[edit]

Bubanza[edit]

Bugabira[edit]

  • Gaturanda
  • Gitwe
  • Kigina
  • Kigoma
  • Kiri
  • Kiyonza
  • Nyabikenke
  • Nyakarama
  • Rubuga
  • Rugesa

Buganda[edit]

Bugarama[edit]

Bugendana[edit]

Bugenyuzi[edit]

Buhiga[edit]

Buhinyuza[edit]

Bujumbura Mairie[edit]

Bukemba[edit]

  • Bugiga
  • Bukemba
  • Butare
  • Gihofi
  • Murama
  • Rutanga

Bukeye[edit]

Bukinanyana[edit]

Bukirasazi[edit]

Burambi[edit]

Buraza[edit]

Bururi[edit]

Busiga[edit]

Busoni[edit]

Bwiza[edit]

Gihanga[edit]

Kamenge[edit]

Kavumu Heha Gikizi Songa Teza Twinyoni Mirango I Mirango II

Kanyosha[edit]

Kinama[edit]

  • Quartier Gitega
  • Q. Ruyigi
  • Q. Bubanza
  • Q. Muyinga
  • Q. Muramvya

Musigati[edit]

Mpanda[edit]

Musaga[edit]

Ngagara[edit]

Nyakabiga[edit]

  • Kigwati
  • Nyakabiga I
  • Nyakabiga II
  • Nyakabiga III

Rohero[edit]

Rugazi[edit]

See also[edit]