The Labeled Map of Mali shows about Mali and its bordering nations with details, like railroads and main ports, cities of major attractions, provinces, and their capital cities, and the national capital, Bamako. It also reflects other particulars, like international borders and provinces’ boundaries. In the interiors of Western Africa, this country is located. Being a landlocked nation, the country’s regions extend deeply in the middle of the desert of Sahara.
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Labeled Map of Mali
Its central region is situated in the semi-arid zone. Mali is situated in the transition zone between the Sudanian Savannas in the south and the Sahara in the north. As of Tuesday, August 25, 2020, the population of Mali stood at a whopping figure of 20,331,704 people. Ranked as the eighth-largest country in Africa, Mali occupies an area of more than 1,240,000 square kilometers. This area is equivalent to 480,000 square miles. There are seven rivers and waterfalls in this country. The Niger and the Sénégal are the two main rivers flowing through the country. The Nigar river flows in Mali for a length of 1,700 kilometers or 1,060 miles. The major religion followed is Islam. Other religions, include Christianity and the traditional type of African religion.
Labeled Map of Mali with States
As a part of the labeled map of Mali with states, Mali is divided into eight regions or provinces, and one capital district. The regions are named after their region capitals, such as Bamako the capital district, Tombouctou, Sikasso, Ségou, Mopti, Koulikoro, Kidal, Kayes, and Gao.
Labeled Map of Mali with Cities
As a part of the labeled map of Mali with cities, the largest cities, including Bamako which has a population of 1,297,281 inhabitants, Sikasso with a population of 144,786 people, Mopti with a population of 108,456 people, and Koutiala with a population of 99,353.
Labeled Mali Map with Capital
Through labeled Mali with capital, Bamako is the capital city of Mali, is situated on the river Niger. This is in the southwestern region of Mali. This city houses places of importance, like the International Airport of Bamako-Senou, the Grand Mosque of Bamako, the National Zoo, and the National Museum of Mali. Besides, in Bamako, notable institution, like the University of Bamako is housed.
The construction of buildings in this city has a unique Architectural style. The city has expanded on both sides of the River Niger, which is used for navigation up to a distance of three hundred and sixty kilometers or 225 miles. Shipment of goods can be done from the city to other places, like Kouroussa and Guinea, from mid-June to mid-December.
Products like cement and petroleum are shipped regularly through the downstream side of the river from Bamako. Groundnuts and rice come to the city of Bamako in the upstream direction, which is transhipped through the railway. The city is a hub of business having a large market. Several research institutes, and active artisan community, and zoological and botanical gardens are the other attractions of Bamako city.