Tongo-Tongo

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Tongo-Tongo
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Tongo-Tongo
Location in Mali
Coordinates: 14°50′46″N3°9′50″W / 14.84611°N 3.16389°W / 14.84611; -3.16389 Coordinates: 14°50′46″N3°9′50″W / 14.84611°N 3.16389°W / 14.84611; -3.16389
CountryFlag of Mali.svg  Mali
Region Mopti Region
Cercle Douentza Cercle
Commune Tédié
Time zone UTC+0 (GMT)

Tongo-Tongo (Tóŋó-tòŋò) is a village and seat of the commune of Tédié in the Cercle of Douentza in the Mopti Region of southern-central Mali. [1]

Tommo So is spoken in Tongo-Tongo. The local surname is Ouologuem. [2]

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References

  1. Communes de la Région de Mopti (PDF) (in French), Ministère de l’administration territoriale et des collectivités locales, République du Mali, archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-09-19.
  2. Moran, Steven; Forkel, Robert; Heath, Jeffrey, eds. (2016). "Tongo Tongo". dogonlanguages.org. Retrieved 2021-02-22.