Nyanza 🎨 RGB Color Code: #E9FFDB
The hexadecimal RGB code of Nyanza color is #E9FFDB. This code is composed of a hexadecimal E9 red (233/256), a FF green (255/256) and a DB blue component (219/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(233,255,219). Closest WebSafe color: Cream (#FFFFCC)
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Nyanza may refer to: Nyanza, Rwanda Nyanza District, the district surrounding Nyanza, Rwanda Nyanza Province, Kenya Nyanza Lac, Burundi Nyanza, the Bantu
(Swahili: Ukerewe; Dholuo: Nam Lolwe; Luganda: 'Nnalubaale; Kinyarwanda: Nyanza), the lake was renamed after Queen Victoria by the explorer John Hanning
Nyanza Province (Kenyan English: [ˈɲaːnzə]; Swahili: Mkoa wa Nyanza) was one of Kenya's eight administrative provinces before the formation of the 47
Nyanza, also known as Nyabisindu, is a town located in Nyanza District in the Southern Province of Rwanda. Nyanza is the capital of the Southern Province
Nyanza is a district (akarere) in Southern Province, Republic of Rwanda. Its capital is Nyanza town, which is also the provincial capital. Nyanza is a
4°20′36″S 29°36′19″E / 4.34333°S 29.60528°E / -4.34333; 29.60528 Nyanza Lac is a city in southern Burundi, in Makamba Province. The city is located
Afro-Asiatic Cushitic South Cushitic Subdivisions Taita Cushitic (extinct) Nyanza Rift (extinct)[clarification needed] West Rift ? East Rift (extinct) Glottolog
Nyanza-Lac Airport (ICAO: HBBL) was an airstrip serving Nyanza-Lac, a city in the Makamba Province of Burundi. Burundi portal Aviation portal Transport
The North Nyanza languages are a group of closely related Bantu languages spoken in Central and eastern Uganda. The Proto-North Nyanza homeland was in
present Kampala Archdiocese is the result of territorial changes: Victoria Nyanza Vicariate (1883). It was established by the Holy See in 1883 and was entrusted
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