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Burundi Topographic

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Topographical map of Burundi. Colour maps that shows the relief basic hidrlogy network, mountain ranges and summits, bathimetry, capes and other main geographical features. It also shows the borders and the countries adjacent to Burundi.

Burundi Topographic

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Burundi occupies an area equal to 27,830 square kilometres in size, of which 25,650 km² is land. The country has 974 kilometres of land border: 233 km of which is shared with the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 290 km with Rwanda and 451 km with Tanzania. The terrain of Burundi is hilly and mountainous, dropping to a plateau in the east. The southern and eastern plains have been categorised by the World Wildlife Fund as part of the Central Zambezian Miombo woodlands ecoregion.