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Madagascar lies in the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of Africa opposite Mozambique. The worlds


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  • Toamasina (Malagasy pronunciation: [toˈmasinə̥]), meaning "like salt" or "salty", unofficially and in French Tamatave, is the capital of the Atsinanana region on the east coast of Madagascar on the Indian Ocean The city is the chief seaport of the country, situated 215 km (134 mi) northeast of its capital and biggest city Antananarivo In 2018 Toamasina had a population of 325,857

  • Marolambo is a village and commune (kaominina) located in the Atsinanana region of eastern Madagascar It is along the Nosivolo River near the junction with the Sandranamby River, and is also the capital of the Marolambo District

  • Mahajanga \maːˈdzaŋɡə̥: is a city and an administrative district on the northwest coast of Madagascar Mahajanga is a tourist destination for Malagasy tourists and international travelers, with beaches, a coconut-lined boardwalk ("Le Bord", short for "Bord de la mer" or sea-side), and eight months of hot, virtually rain-free weather

  • Antalaha is an urban municipality in northern Madagascar It belongs to the district of Antalaha, which is a part of Sava Region The population of Antalaha was 67

  • Ambositra [amˈbusʲʈʂə̥] is a city (commune urbaine) in central Madagascar Ambositra is the capital of the Amoron'i Mania region, and of Ambositra District It is the centre of Madagascar's' wood-carving industry due to the presence of the Zafimaniry tribe, a subgroup of the Betsileo tribe

  • Ambatolampy is a city (commune urbaine) in the Vakinankaratra Region, situated in the Central Highlands of Madagascar It had a population of about 28,500 in 2013It is the administrative capital of the district of the same name, and is situated on Route nationale No

  • Toliara (also known as Toliary, [tuliˈar]; formerly Tuléar) is a city in Madagascar It is the capital of the Atsimo-Andrefana region, located 936 km southwest of national capital Antananarivo The current spelling of the name was adopted in the 1970s, reflecting the orthography of the Malagasy language

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