Angoche is a city of Nampula Province in Mozambique. The city was named António Enes until 1976, after the 19th-century Portuguese journalist and colonial administrator, António José Enes. In administrative terms, since 1998, the city is also a municipality.
Ilha de Mocambique Ilha de Moçambique is located where the Mozambique Channel is at its narrowest and Madagascar is only 350km (217 miles) to the east – one of the reasons why first the Arabs and later the Portuguese turned it into a major fortified port city.
Nampula Province is located in northeastern Mozambique. It is bordered on the north by Cabo Delgado Province and the Lúrio River, which the Mozambican government has plans to build a 120-megawatt hydroelectric plant on to supply electricity to the province and Cabo Delgado Province.
Nacala is a city found in Nampula, Mozambique. It is located -14.56 latitude and 40.69 longitude and it is situated at elevation 137 meters above sea level. It is located -14.56 latitude and 40.69 longitude and it is situated at elevation 137 meters above sea level.