Mali, Guinea

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Mali
Sub-prefecture and town
Mount Loura
Mali is located in Guinea
Mali
Mali
Location in Guinea
Coordinates: 12°5′N 12°18′W / 12.083°N 12.300°W / 12.083; -12.300Coordinates: 12°5′N 12°18′W / 12.083°N 12.300°W / 12.083; -12.300
Country  Guinea
Region Labe Region
Prefecture Mali Prefecture
Population (2008)
 • Total 4,798

Mali, often known as Mali-ville to distinguish it from the country of Mali, is a town in northern Guinea on the edge of the Tamgué Massif. Population 4,798 (2008 est).[1]

It is known as a market town and for its honey. Market day is Sunday. Mali lies near Mount Loura and Mount Lansa and is the highest town in Guinea at over 1300 metres.

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Gazetteer, Retrieved on June 16, 2008