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The Mopti is a city and an urban community in the Inner Niger Delta of Mali. It is the capital of the Mopti Cercle and the Mopti region. City of Mopti, eastern Mali, located at the confluence of Niger and Bani. The city of Mopti is located in the Mopti region of Mali, northeast of the capital Bamako. It is located in a region in central Mali, named after the largest city in the region.

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The Mopti is a city and an agglomeration in the Inner Niger Delta of Mali. It is the capitol of the Mopti Cercle and the Mopti area. Located 460 km to the north-east of Bamako, the city is located at the junction of the Niger and Bani rivers and is connected to the city of Sévaré by an embankment.

Both Mopti and Sévaré belong to the municipality, which had 114,296 inhabitants in the 2009 survey. Situated on the right shore of the Bani River, a few hundred metres upriver from the Bani River meets the Niger River. The only way to reach the city during this time is through a 12 km long dam that connects Mopti with Sévaré.

Situated to the east of the Dogon Plateau, Mopti is 66 km NW of Bandiagara and 76 km NE of Djenné. It is the regional capitol of Mopti and the administration centre of Mopti Cercle. Mopti was one of several towns in Mali hosting the Cup of African Nations in 2002.

Former Mali Governor Toumani Touré comes from Mopti. It is the trading centre of the area and Mali's most important harbor; the stores around the harbor are selling among other things Taoudenni shale. It is a tourist destination as there is an open water harbor, a religious shrine and small fishermen towns across Niger.

The Mopti Grand Mosque and Pays Dogon near by are among the main tourist sites in Mopti. You will find several well-liked establishments, Hotel Kanaga, Hotel Y a past de Problème and Hotel Ambedjele on the Sévaré. Mopti harbour is serviced by ferryboats of the Compagnie Malienne de Navigation (COMANAV).

The Mopti is linked to Sévaré by an embankment 12 km long and raised on the National Route 16 (RN16), the asphalt route that connects Bamako in the south to Gao in the south. There' s an airfield in Sévaré. This town is the object of a 1999 feature length movie, L'Esprit de Mopti.

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