Eastern Province Information
Eastern Province (Kinyarwanda: Intara y'Iburasirazuba; French: Province de l'Est) is the largest, the most populous and the least densely populated of Rwanda's five provinces. It was created in early January 2006 as part of a government decentralization program that re-organized the country's local government structures.
The Eastern Province comprises the former provinces of Kibungo and Umutara, most of Kigali Rural, and part of Byumba. It has a Surface Area of 9813.3617 km2 and it is composed of seven districts: Bugesera, Gatsibo, Kayonza, Ngoma, Kirehe, Nyagatare and Rwamagana.
The capital city of the Eastern Province is Rwamagana and the province's official languages are English, French, and Kinyarwanda.
It is believed to border Uganda in the north and the United Republic of Tanzania in the East, the province still shares its western border with the Northern Province and Kigali city, Burundi is bordered on the South, whereas there is the Southern province on the province's South-western border.
It has some attractive areas such as Akagera National Park, King Rudahigwa's camp at Mimuri, Muhazi lake, and many more.
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