Tintioule

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Tintioule
Location in Guinea
Coordinates: 10°12′N9°12′W / 10.200°N 9.200°W / 10.200; -9.200
CountryFlag of Guinea.svg  Guinea
Region Kankan Region

Tintioule is a town in the Kankan Region of Guinea. In 1875 it was the site of a meeting between Karamo Mori Kaba, ruler of the Bate Empire, and Samory Toure to formalize an alliance against the animist Conde clan. [1] :48

10°12′44″N9°12′04″W / 10.212219°N 9.201050°W / 10.212219; -9.201050

  1. Fofana, Khalil (1998). L' Almami Samori Touré Empereur. Paris: Présence Africaine. Retrieved 30 September 2023.

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