Fouta-djallon



[foo-tuh juh-lohn; French foo-tai dja-lawn] /ˈfu tə dʒəˈloʊn; French fuˈtɛə ddʒa lɔ̃/

noun
1.
a highland pastoral region in West Africa, in central Guinea, also in Sierra Leone and Liberia. 30,000 sq. mi. (77,700 sq. km).

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