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Official Name Républica de Moçambique
Located South East: Zambia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, South Africa
Capital Maputo
Head of State
President Armando Emílio Guebuza

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Area 800,000 sq km
Population 17.8 million
Growth rate 3.9%
Languages Portuguese, Mahua-Lomwe, Tsonge & Swahili
Currency Metical (Mt)
GNP per capita $810
Inflation 60%
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Although the GNP and inflation rate would not expect, Mozambique is a success story. Since 1990 annual growth has been 6% and 10% per annum is predicted. For almost three decades war and political unrest were the norm in Mozambique until 1992. The beaches are among the best in Africa. It has been estimated that there are more than one million unexploded antipersonnel mines in Mozambique. The northern part of Mozambique Island contains so many buildings of historical importance it has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. THE GREAT RIFT VALLEY actually is the effect of massive fracture lines below the earth's surface and runs over 5000 kilometers (3100 miles) from Lake Baikal in the north, to Mozambique in the south. The valley contains the planet's largest concentration of flamingoes, the seven Great Lakes of Kenya, and overwhelmingly dramatic scenery. Lake Victoria is one of the three largest lakes in the world. In Kenya the Rift Valley is so deep and sharply defined that it can be clearly seen from space. The valley is about 50 kilometers (31 miles) wide in Kenya, and as deep as 3000 meters (9850 feet) in the central highlands.


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