Mbabane (/(əm)bɑˈbɑn(i)/, Swazi: ÉMbábáne), with an estimated population of 94,874 (2010), is the capital and largest city in Swaziland. It is located on the Mbabane River and its tributary the Polinjane River in the Mdzimba Mountains. It is located…
Latitude and longitude of Mbabane
Mbabane (/(əm)bɑˈbɑn(i)/, Swazi: ÉMbábáne), with an estimated population of 94,874 (2010), is the capital and largest city in Swaziland. It is located on the Mbabane River and its tributary the Polinjane River in the Mdzimba Mountains. It is located in the district of Hhohho, of which it is also the capital. The average elevation of the city is 1243 meters. The population (estimated) in 1987 was 30,000.
Latitude: -26° 19' 0.01" S
Longitude: 31° 07' 59.99" E
Articles of interest in Mbabane
25 Articles of interest near Mbabane, SwazilandShow all articles in the map
Lobamba is the traditional, spiritual, and legislative capital city of Swaziland, seat of the Parliament, and residence of the Ntombi, the Queen Mother. Mswati III lives about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) away at the Lozitha Palace.
Manzini (formerly known as Bremersdorp) is a city in Swaziland; it is the capital of Swaziland's Manzini District. The city is the country's second largest urban centre behind Mbabane, with a population of 78,000 (2008). It is known as "The Hub" of …
Waterford Kamhlaba United World College of Southern Africa (UWCSA) is one of thirteen international UWC schools and colleges and is located in Mbabane, Swaziland.
Matsapha Airport (IATA: MTS, ICAO: FDMS) is an airport located near Manzini, a city in Manzini District of Swaziland.
The Parliament of Swaziland (Swazi: Libandla) consists of two chambers:
Matsapha is a town in central Swaziland. The Matsapha urban boundary is defined in the Urban Government Act of 1969 and it was amended in 2012 and it covers an area approximately 2000 hectares. Matsapha was established as an industrial park in 1965 …
Somhlolo National Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Lobamba, Swaziland. Built in 1968, it is currently used mostly for football matches. It is named for King Somhlolo, who had moved his people into the region that is now Swaziland about 200 year…
The Ngwenya Mine is located on Bomvu Ridge, northwest of Mbabane and near the north-western border of Swaziland. This mine is considered to be the world's oldest.
Manzini is a region of Swaziland, located in the center-west of the country. It has an area of 4,093.59 km² and a population of 319,530 (2007), and is divided into 16 tinkhundla. Its administrative center is Manzini. It borders all three other regio…
Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is Swaziland's oldest protected area, owned and managed by a non-profit trust.
Ngwenya is a town in western Swaziland, lying near the border with South Africa, north west of Mbabane, on the MR3 road.
Malolotja Nature Reserve covers 4,447 acres (18,000 ha) of mountain wilderness on Swaziland's north western border with South Africa. The park includes Ngwenya Mountain, Swaziland's second highest mountain (1829 m), and Malolotja Falls which drop 29…
Luve is a town in central Swaziland.
The Royal Swazi Sun Hotel is a major entertainment complex in the Ezulwini Valley of Swaziland. Founded in 1965, the complex is located 4 hours from Johannesburg by road.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Manzini (Latin: Manzinien(sis)) is a diocese located in the city of Manzini in Swaziland in the Ecclesiastical province of Johannesburg in South Africa.
Motjane is a town in northwestern Swaziland. It is located on the MR1 route 15 kilometres to the northwest of Mbabane, on a junction with a route crossing into South Africa near the town of Ngwenya.
Mhlambanyatsi (previously Buffelspruit) is a town in western Swaziland.