Map of Mali is best to explain about the country located in Western Africa. Mali is a landlocked country that shares borders with Algeria, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Niger, Senegal, Mauritania, and Cote d’Ivoire. The country has a total area of 1,241,238 square kilometers with a total population of 20,648,000 in the year 2020 which is the 61st position in the world. City Bamako is the capital of the country.
Blank Map of Mali
The drainage system of the country is dependent on the Senegal and Niger River and their tributaries. Niger River covers about 1600 km in Mali before moving towards the Atlantic Ocean.
Mali lies within the intertropical zone and follows 2 main climatic seasons in the year wet and dry. The dry season lasts from November to June with low humidity and high temperatures While the rainy season is from June to October and the monsoon wind blows from the southwest.
Printable Map of Mali
The entire country has been divided into 3 climatic Zone; one-third of the country follows the Sudanic climate zone; the Sahel zone bordering the Sahara Desert receives heavy rainfall; The desert is warm during day time and cools at night.
Mali has a large deposit of salt mines, once Mali was a very rich country as it was a home for a great emperor in the region across-Sahara trade routes between West Africa and the north.
Mali Map with States
People of Mali are very fluid when it comes to culture, there are about 80 languages in which French and Bambara are mostly spoken. The ethnic population of Mali has numerous agricultural groups in which Ghana, Mali, and Songhai are the important ones.
The majority of the population follows Islam and Timbuktu is an important Islamic learning center. A small proportion is Catholic and Christian while there is also a population that follows the African religion.
Labeled Map of Mali
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