Borders around Burundi and Rwanda


As I’ve written about here before, I loved reading atlasus—atlasii?—as a kid, but my topographic knowledge of central Africa is inexcusibly poor. I decided 2020 would be the year I’d learn more about African geography, particularly the Equatorial region.

I didn’t realise Burundi was so small at 27,834 km², which is much closer to Rwanda’s 26,338 km² than I realised. The image below is from OpenStreetMap:

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