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The capital of the state of Mali

The city of Bamako is the capital of the Republic of Mali and is considered the largest city, and it is located in the southwestern part of the country, approximately 50 km to the north of the border with the Republic of Guinea, and this city is one of the important commercial cities in the country, as it is famous for the production of both rice , And peanuts, as well as cotton, and bauxite, and it is noted that this city is the sixth fastest growing country in the world, and it is believed that the name of the city Bamako belongs to the language of the Bambara tribes, which means the appearance of the crocodile.

Economy in the city of Bamako

Many food industries, as well as textile industries, are concentrated in this city, in addition to spirits, mineral water, timber, and mineral products. Perhaps the most important thing that contributed to supporting its economy is that it contains many joint stock companies specialized in the field of mineral investment, as well as building tools, furniture, and furniture. The mineral, in addition to containing many companies, as well as the French institutions that are specialized in the field of import and export, in addition to the main financial institutions in the country, and the currency used in this city is the official currency of Mali, the African franc.

A brief history of Bamako

The origin of this city dates back to the seventeenth century through the merger of four neighboring villages that were inhabited by the tribes of Nyarella, Torella, and Daravila, as well as Pepzola, where many special writings were found in the city that date back to the period between 1795 and 1805 AD, and passed by this city Many colonial periods such as the French colonialism, as it was an administrative center of French property in the upper regions of the Niger and Senegal basins since 1908 AD, in addition to that it was directly affiliated with the French colonial center for West Africa in Dakar, and it was liberated from this colonialism For a gradual in 1946 after the end of World War II and after the independence movement since the country gained its independence until completely in 1960, as it became the official capital of the state since then.

The climate in Bamako

The climate in this city is characterized by being a completely wet tropical climate, with an average precipitation of about 800 mm, with a great difference between both the dry season and the rainy season, where December is the driest month of the year, and for August It is considered the rainiest month.

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