Lilongwe Capital of Malawi, se Africa, in the centre of the country, c.80km (50mi) w of Lake Malawi. Lilongwe was originally an agricultural trade centre. It replaced Zomba as the capital in 1975, and rapidly became Malawi's second-largest city. Pop. (1998) 440,471.
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