Burundi is a landlocked country in East Africa. is a landlocked country in the Great Rift Valley where the African Great Lakes region and East Africa converge.Its currency is known as the Burundian Franc.
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Sources estimate the Christian population at 80–90%, with Roman Catholics representing the largest group at 60–65%. Protestant and Anglican practitioners constitute the remaining 15–25%. An estimated 5% of the population adheres to traditional indigenous religious beliefs. Muslims constitute 2–5%, the majority of whom are Sunnis and live in urban areas