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Provinces of Mozambique

Provinces of Mozambique
Províncias de Moçambique (Portuguese)
Category Unitary state
Location Republic of Mozambique
Number 10 Provinces
Populations 1,766,184 (Maputo) – 3,985,613 (Nampula)
Areas 330 km2 (126 sq mi) (Maputo City) – 122,830 km2 (47,424 sq mi) (Niassa)
Government Provincial government
Subdivisions District
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Mozambique
Mozambique

is divided into 10 provinces (províncias) and 1 capital city (cidade) with provincial status:

Map Key Province Capital Area
(km2) [1]
Population
(2007 census)
1 Cabo Delgado Pemba 78,778 1,606,568
2 Gaza Xai-Xai 75,334 1,228,514
3 Inhambane Inhambane 68,775 1,271,818
4 Manica Chimoio 62,272 1,412,248
5 Maputo City - 347 1,094,628
6 Maputo Matola 22,693 1,205,709
7 Nampula Nampula 79,010 3,985,613
8 Niassa Lichinga 122,827 1,170,783
9 Sofala Beira 67,753 1,642,920
10 Tete Tete 98,417 1,783,967
11 Zambezia Quelimane 103,478 3,849,455

See also

External links

  • Provinces of Mozambique, Statoids.com

References

  1. ^ Mozambique at GeoHive
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