Fouta Djallon
geographical name mountain region W Guinea; highest point about 4970 feet (1515 meters)

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  • Fouta Djallon — is a highland region in the center of Guinea, West Africa. The indigenous name is Fuuta Jaloo (sometimes spelled Fuuta Jalon ; Fouta Djallon is a French spelling; in English it is sometimes also written Futa Jalon ). The origin of the name is… …   Wikipedia

  • Fouta Djallon — Fouta Djalon Fouta Djalon Géographie Altitude 1 515 m, mont Loura …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Fouta Djallon — Fouta Djallon, afrik. Gebirgsland, s.v.w. Futa Dschalon (s.d.) …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Fouta Djallon — Canyon im Fouta Djallon Das Fouta Djallon [futadʒaˈlɔ̃] (Alternativschreibungen: Futa Jalon, Futa Djalon, Futa Dschalon, Fouta Djalon) ist ein Bergland in Guinea (Westafrika). Es ist ferner eine der vier inoffiziellen, geografisch definierten… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Fouta Djallon — ▪ region, Guinea also spelled  Futa Jallon,         mountainous region of west central Guinea. Consisting of a series of stepped sandstone plateaus with many picturesque trenches and gorges, the region serves as the watershed for some of western… …   Universalium

  • Kingdom of Fouta Djallon — The Kingdom of Fouta Djallon (also the Kingdom of Fuuta Jallon and the Timbo Almamate) (1725 1896) was a pre colonial West African state based in the Fouta Djallon highlands of modern Guinea.OriginThe Fuuta Jallon area was settled by the semi… …   Wikipedia

  • ФУТА-ДЖАЛЛОН (Fouta-Djallon) — плато в Зап. Африке, на территории государства Гвинея. Поднимается ступенями от 300 м у прибрежных равнин до 1000 м и более в центральной части. Высота до 1537 м (г. Тамге). Ландшафты вторичных саванн …   Большой Энциклопедический словарь

  • Fouta-djalon — Géographie Altitude 1 515 m, mont Loura …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Fouta Djalon — Géographie Altitude 1 515 m, mont Loura …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Fouta Jallon — Fouta Djalon Fouta Djalon Géographie Altitude 1 515 m, mont Loura …   Wikipédia en Français

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