On Burkina Faso Map, it is an interior country in West Africa. It is about 274,200 square kilometers and surrounded by six countries: Mali in the north and Mali in the north. Niger lies to the east and southeast of Benin. Togo and South Ghana. And the Ivory Coast in the southwest. The population of the United Nations is predictable at 20,321,378. Ouagadougou is the capital. The official language of Burkina Faso is French, which was introduced in 1919 when the French colonized the country. French is the language of public service, administration, politics and justice, the language of instruction in the schools of the country and in the press. Burkina Faso is also the birthplace of an active cultural atmosphere. Bobo-Dioulasso, the capital of Ouagadougou and the two largest and most famous cities in Bologna, are known for their musical traditions and their fine arts and crafts. Burkina Faso’s annual population growth rate is more than twice the world average. The average life expectancy is just over 60 years old, although it is lower than the global average, but similar to neighboring countries.
Burkina Faso borders Mali to the north and west, Niger to the northeast, Benin to the southeast and Ivory Coast, Ghana and Togo to the south. Burkina Faso is located on a wide plateau that slopes slightly to the south. The country's three main rivers, Mouhoun, Nazinon and Nakambé, have deep red rock formations (red, leached, iron-bearing) that cover underlying crystalline rocks) All gathered south of Ghana to form the Volta River. Burkina Faso is slightly larger than Colorado, formerly Upper Walter, a landlocked country in West Africa. Its neighbors are Mali, Niger, Benin, Togo and Ghana. The land consists of vast plains, low hills, high meadows and desert areas in the north.