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The Republic of Mali is a Western African landlocked country whose capital is Bamako. It covers more than 178,839 sq mi and has a population of 14.5 million as of 2009. Some of its natural resources are gold, salt and uranium.
Timbuktu is located in Mali, West Africa It is approximately N16 and W3, north of the NIger River. Timbuktu is located in the west African nation of Mali. Timbuktu is located in the country of Mali. Mali is in west Africa.
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their location on major trade routes allowed them to prosper economically. their location on major trade routes aloowed them to prosper economically. and they rock
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in which country is timbuku
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There is no capital of Timbuktu (a city). It was the capital of the Mali Empire.
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Great for touring.
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Muslims in Ghana are minority while in Mali they are majority. In Ghana percentage of Muslims is only 15.9 % (~3.8 million Muslims) while in Mali the percentage is 92.5% (~12 million Muslims). These statistics are according to Pew Forum study as of October 2009. Chrissy:The people of Ghana were forc…
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According to the reference book "Biography": Mansa Musa (died 1337), king of the Mali empire in West Africa, is known mostly for his fabulous pilgrimage to Mecca and for his promotion of unity and prosperity within Mali. For more information on the history of Mansa Musa, see Answers.com via the R…
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Timbuktu was an intellectual and spiritual capital and a center point for spreading Islam throughout Africa in the 15th and 16th centuries. In its Golden Age, the town's numerous Islamic scholars and extensive book trade established Timbuktu as a scholarly center in Africa.
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He built mosques and Islamic buildings of learning or funded them and preached the Islam faith on his journey to and from Mecca.
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it was the first country to have a university
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french that is all Mali is a multilingual country with as many as 49 languages or dialects spoken. French is the official language although it is rarely spoken as a first language. The traditional (national) and most widely spoken language of Mali is Bambara (Bamanankan).
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They speak bambara and french
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Timbuktu is a city in the West African nation of Mali.
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Mansa Musa was a descendent of the Mandinka people. Mansa Musa ascended the Mali throne in 1307 after a period of turmoil after the death of his predecessor, Mansa Uli.
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Timbuktu, a major city is Mali, is the site of a famous library that was built around the 13th century. Most of the books in the Timbuktu library are in Arabic, but some are in other languages.
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Bamako
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the timbuktu universty
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Afroasiatic is the language spoken in North Africa.
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Mali gained it's independence on September 22,1960.
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They eat some cool foods i guess...Examples are:Lemongrass Tea,Malian Fish Stew,and Chicken and Peanut Stew..XP they also eat many exotic fruit like orange flavored chicken to ugliithey also eat water and rice stewThey dont eat water and rice stew KMT, its food gosh! -___-
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The country of Mail is located in the NE horn of Africa - it is surrrounded by the countries of Mauritania, Algeria, Guinea, and Niger.
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salt
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Timbuktu is a city in Mali. It is located in Western Africa.It was an important place during the 15th and 16th century. It is the most famous Islamic city in Africa. It is responsible for spreading Islam in Africa and the major Islamic structures and Islams gather here for festivals and etc.It has a…
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Anti-government protests in 1991 led to a coup, a transitional government, and a new constitution. In 1992, Alpha Oumar Konare won Mali's first democratic, multi-party presidential election. Upon his reelection in 1997, President Konaré pushed through political and economic reforms and fought corr…
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There are about 40 African languages spoken in Mali today, with the only official language being French. The most common lingua franca is Bambara.
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Sundiata Keita is considered to be the founder of the Mali Empire. He introduced cotton to the land and made great improvements in agriculture.
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The total area of Mali is 478,839 square miles. It is ranked 24th in total area of all sovereign countries in the world.
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It helped create more trade and made Mali richer
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Mali is a dry country in northwestern Africa. Since the region is land locked and close to the Tropic of Cancer, the climate is usually tropical.
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, Good morning/day/afternoon/evening Manahoana? (in Antananarivo) Another form of greeting meaning , Good morning/day/afternoon/evening Salàma! Mbola tsara!: (in the coastal areas) Veloma!: Good-bye (in Antananarivo ) or Samy tsara! ( in the provinces) Azafady:: Please (literally means "may it …
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The former colony of French Sudan (in French: le Soudan franais) forms the nowadays teritory of the Republic of Mali.
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Yes, their main languages are French,English, and African Dialects.
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they traditional African clthing...what do you think! they wanted to keep the old days strong.They also like the BLING BLING (or so I've herd) they also wear lots of purple its very tardishanal over there.Did you no I LIKE CHEESE!!!!
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The 1 and only official language of Mali is French.The most widely spoken language is Bamanankan (incorrectly referred to as Bambara), spoken by more than 80% of the population.Here is a list of all 58 languages spoken in Mali:1. Arabic, Hasanya2. Bamako Sign Language3. Bamanankan4. Bangi Me5. …
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The country of Mali is located in the West of Africa, its official name is the Republic of Mali and it consists of eight regions. The ten largest cities of Mali are the following: Bamako, Sikasso, Mopti, Koutiala, Kayes Ndi, Segou, Gao, Kayes, Morkala and Kolokani.
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whats going on in haiti this is a broad question, many things,there was a food riot recently beciase food prices have rised because of oil prices,there is currently many problems with health and living conditions due to the fact that haiti is the poorest country in the western world, many lavalas su…
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The republic of Mali
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The Sudanese Republic and Senegal became independent of France in 1960 and became the Mali Federation. A few months later Senegal withdrew and the Mali Federation became Mali. In 1961 Mali became a democracy.
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He made Mali twice the size of the old empire of Ghana. He also Built Mosques in two cities. One was Timbuktu. It became a leading center of Muslim learning.
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the Niger River
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Mali is a country that is situated in the west of Africa. The Niger River runs through Mali and is the third longest river in Africa.
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Sahara Desert, Kalahari Desert, Libyan Desert, Nubian Desert, Eastern Desert,Etc.
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the french colonized the mali empire (facebook me MiMi' Charm )
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Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta is the President of Mali in 2014. He became the President on 2013 September 4 after winning the 2013 elections after the 2012 coup d'etat.
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SALUT!! The people of Mali speak french! Nope you say hi as "asu"
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it got its name from the malian empire and it means "the kingdom of sand" in The Malian language
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the national animal of mali is the gorilla.
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Answer All states are located in Africa [west - noth west] except Egypt who extends to both Africa [north east] and Asia with the greatest history in the past already 6.000 years old. Ghana, Mali and Shonghai extended from west Africa to the shores of the Mediterranean sea and in the dawn of Isl…
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Because it was once a French Colony.
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1500 km
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Mali had many different accomplishments but the most important ones were: the building of libraries and Islamic school and the most important the building of the Timbuktu University.
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Sundiata Keita, Sundjata Keyita, Mari Djata I or just Sundiata (pronounced: soon-jah-tuh) (c. 1217 - c. 1255) was the founder of the Mali Empire and celebrated as a hero of the Malinke people of West Africa in the semi-historical Epic of Sundiata. Sundiata is also known by the name Sogolon Djata. Th…
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Mansa Musa
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Bamako
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Timbuktu
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who is ghanna and what is his first name who is ghanna and what is his first name This is my answer: Mali and Ghanna are both countries in Africa.
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Gold and salt
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A music instrument
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The currency of Mali is called the West African CFA Franc.
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what did the timbuktu do for entertainment?
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Well , to answer your question a famous person from mali is the all powerful Mansa Munsa . Remember that mali was the only civilization that was monotheistic .
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Mali Was Established September 1976. (:
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1640 mali was founded
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mostly farmers, fisherman, cow herders, and horse whisperes
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Mali began a slow decline in 1337 after their last strong king, Mansa Musa, died. The Berbers conquered Timbuktu, but in 1468 Sunni Ali, the leader of Songhai, drove the Berbers out of Timbuktu.
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The famous ruler is Mansa Musa because he gave away so much gold that it change the price of the gold coins in Mali and they put him on the Africa map.
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One famous persn from Mali is Papa Salif Keita. THANKS! Another two famous people are Seydou Keita (plays for Barcelona) and Mohamadou Diarra (plays for Real Madrid) who are footballers.
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yes they do in fact they usually sing for about an hour before they start their serman
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Mali's area is 306,456,960 acres.
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yes it is! it is surrounded entirely by land.
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Mansa Musa Died. He gave the empire to his relative, who completely destroyed the place. He could not handle the responsibility of looking after the trading system and gold. He spent too much money, and was finally conqured
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An empire created by indigenous Muslims in western Sudan of West Africa from the 13th to 15th century. It was famous for its role in the trans-Saharan gold trade.
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mali in the past was important because: -it was the mane trade route over the nile-had rich supply of gold and salt-had lots of slaves to sell to mostly italy since it was very popular to have a lave in italy at that time
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Latitude: 12°39′N Longitude: 8°0′W
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pyschologist
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Mansa Musa ithink my nuts itch and i have a big honk
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Mali did end after Songhai captured Timbuktu their leader sunni Ali founded a new west African
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Temperaturs avrage around 86F [30C]
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Yes, they are also known as the jewel in the crown of Africa, they are historcally and culturlly rich. But thwey are economically poor.
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They are in africa
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1. Kids in Mali only go to school for 2 years.2. Life is expected to only live up until the age of 47.3. Salt is so valuable that some people trade a pound of gold for a pound salt.
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vershanta v.weare New Years day, Army day, Day, worker's day, African Liberation Day,
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They are called griots.
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The Saharan trade extended from the Saharan West African kingdoms across the Sahara desert to Europe. The Saharan Trade linked such African empires as Ghana, Mali, and Songhay to the European world.http://library.thinkquest.org/13406/sh/
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there a wealthy family because he is a govener and so is his brother
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Mali had more territory, more people, and more trade, so royal officials had more responsibilities. Kings divided the empire into provinces, like Ghana. Ghana relied on help from a council of ministers, or group of close advisers. As the empire grew, rulers divided it into provinces.Lesser, often co…
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Mali is patrilineal.
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Mali is bordered by Niger, Algeria, Burkina, Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea, and Cote d'Ivorie.
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In 1240, Sundiata and his army captured the former capital of Ghana. He expanded his empire beyond Ghana's old border. Sundiata also reestablished the gold-salt trade and expanded trade routes. Sundiata developed the city of Timbuktu as a center of trade and culture. He also supported the developmen…
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