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Malawi Population; Demography

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Colour demography map of Malawi. Vector map. This map shows the level of population density in the country by creating three categories density and shows the most populated cities. It shows also the internal and external borderlines of the country and the main rivers and lakes.

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Vector map. The most populous district of Malawi is Lilongwe where the capital of the country, the city of Lilongwe, which is one of the largest city in Malawi. The Kasungu and Mzimba districts are the most populated in the north and the districts of Dedza, Mangochi, Thyolo and Zomba are the most populous south. The country's most populous cities are in first place Blayntre City, south of the country, and Mzuzu, northern Malawi.