Muramvya Province

Muramvya Province is one of the 18 provinces of Burundi. The capital city is Muramvya. In 2007 the province was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List.

Muramvya Province
Country Burundi
CapitalMuramvya
Area
  Total695.52 km2 (268.54 sq mi)
Population
 (2008 census)
  Total292,589
  Density420/km2 (1,100/sq mi)

Culture

The area is renowned for the route of enthronement of the Bami (kings), the royal capital of Mbuye, the necropolis of the queen mothers in Mpotsa, and the royal necropolis of Nkiko-Mugamba, amongst other things.[1]

World Heritage Status

The region's cultural and natural landscape was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List on May 9, 2007 in the Mixed (Cultural & Natural) category.[2]

Communes

Muramvya Province is divided administratively into the following communes:

Notes

References

Les paysages naturels sacrés de Muramvya, de Mpotsa et de Nkiko-Mugamba - UNESCO World Heritage Centre Accessed 2009-02-25.

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