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Terrain

Rwanda has five volcanoes, 23 lakes, and several rivers, earning it the nickname “Country of a Thousand Hills.” The nation has a surface area of 10,169 square miles (26,338 square kilometers).

Most of the world is between 1,500 and 2,500 meters above sea level. Mount Karisimbi, at 4,507 meters, is the highest point, and the Rusizi River, at 950 meters, is the lowest.

Since the surface is often rough, comfortable shoes are needed.

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