Articles in Mozambique ( 258 )

258 Articles of interest in Mozambique

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  • Caia, Mozambique

    Caia is a town on the south bank of the Zambezi River in Sofala Province, Mozambique. It is a relatively small town with few modern facilities besides a petrol station managed by a Portuguese couple and the neighboring bank.

  • Mount Namuli

    Mount Namuli is the highest peak in the Zambezia Province of Mozambique. With 2,419 metre it is the second highest mountain of Mozambique behind the Monte Binga. The Namuli massif consists of a level plateau which rises 700 to 800 metre. The granite…

  • Messalo River

    The Messalo (Portuguese: Rio Messalo) is a major river of northeastern Mozambique. It flows through Niassa Province and Cabo Delgado Province, passes near Chai, and flows into the Mozambique Channel of the Indian Ocean at Quiterajo beach at (11°40′2…

  • Matemo Island

    Matemo Island forms part of the pristine Quirimbas Islands and is located northeast of Ibo island, in northern Mozambique, about 100 km from the city of Pemba.

  • Inhassoro

    Inhassoro is a small fishing port in Inhassoro District of Inhambane Province in Mozambique. The town has about 43,000 inhabitants and is located on the Indian Ocean coast along the EN1 highway.

  • Ibo (Mozambique)

    Ibo is one of the Quirimbas Islands in the Indian Ocean off northern Mozambique. It is part of Cabo Delgado Province. It grew as a Muslim trading port.

  • Gorongosa

    Gorongosa is a town in the Gorongosa District of Mozambique, situated on the country's main north-south highway (the EN1).

  • Chibuene

    Chibuene is a Mozambiquean archaeological site, located five kilometres south of the coastal city of Vilanculos South Beach. The site was occupied during two distinct phases. The earlier phase of occupation dates to the late first millennium AD. The…

  • Benguerra Island

    Benguerra Island in Mozambique is the second largest island in the Bazaruto Archipelago, which broke away from the mainland thousands of years ago. The island is approximately 55 square kilometers (11km long x 5.5 km wide), and lies 14km offshore. P…

  • Marracuene

    Marracuene, earlier known as Vila Luísa is a town in Mozambique's Maputo Province in Marracuene District, located 30 km north of Maputo on the Incomati River.

  • Manhiça District

    Manhiça District is a district of Maputo Province in southern Mozambique. The principal town is Manhiça. The town of Manhica is notable for the research center CISM (Centro de Investigacao em Saude em Manhica) and the Manhica District Hospital, both…

  • Lugenda River

    The Lugenda or Lujenda (alternate: Msambiti River) is a river of northern Mozambique. It flows in a south-north direction from Lake Amaramba/Lake Chiuta and is the largest tributary of the Ruvuma River. It joins the Luambala River at (13°26′12″S36°1…

  • Lichinga Airport

    Lichinga Airport is an airport in Lichinga, Mozambique that is served by Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique the national flag carrier (IATA: VXC, ICAO: FQLC).

  • Katina P

    Katina P was a Greek oil tanker carrying 72,000 tonnes of oil which sank off the Mozambique coast on 26 April 1992.

  • Buzi River

    Buzi River (Portuguese: Rio Búzi) is a river in Mozambique. Buzi flows eastward through the Manica and Sofala provinces of Mozambique.

  • Zavora

    Zavora' is a beach, north east of Maputo in Mozambique, in the district of Inharrime, province of Inhambane. It is located 420 km north east of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, and 27 km east from the town of Inharrime.

  • Nyamapanda

    Nyamapanda (Other names: Nyamapande, Nyamapanda Customs Post) is a town in the Mashonaland East Province of northern Zimbabwe. It is a border post for crossing between Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The border post on the Mozambique side is Cochemane. Nya…