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Mozambique National Anthem
Lovely Homeland

In the memory of Africa and the World
Beautiful fatherland of those that dared to fight
Mozambique, your name is freedom
The Sun of June forever will shine
Mozambique, our Glorious Land
Rock by rock constructing the new day
Millions of arms in one only force
O Loved fatherland we will be successful
United people from Rovuma to Maputo
It harvests the fruits of the combat for the Peace
The dream grows waving in the flag
And goes cultivating in the certainty of tomorrow

Flowers sprouting of the soil of your sweat
For mounts, the rivers, the sea
We swear for you, O Mozambique
No tyrant will enslave us

As sung

Oh, bright dawn of May
Oh, bright dawn of May
Our mother Montenegro
Our mother Montenegro
We are sons of your rocks
We are sons of your rocks
and keepers of your honesty
and keepers of your honesty
We love you, the rocky hills
And your awesome gorges
That never came to know
The chains of shameful slavery.
Our mother Montenegro
Our mother Montenegro
Oh, bright dawn of May
Oh, bright dawn of May
Our mother Montenegro
Our mother Montenegro
While our unity gives wings
to our Lovcen cause
Proud shall be, celebrated will be
Our dear homeland.
A river of our waves,
Jumping into two seas,
Will bear voice to the ocean,
Eternal is our Montenegro!
Will bear voice to the ocean,
Eternal is our Montenegro!
Eternal is our Montenegro!


799,380 sq km

Mozambican Metical

Emergency numbers
Ambulance: 117
Fire: 198
Police: 119

Emakhuwa 26.1%
Portuguese (official) 16.6%
Xichangana 8.6%
Cinyanja 8.1
Cisena 7.1%
Elomwe 7.1%
Echuwabo 4.7%
Cindau 3.8%
Xitswa 3.8%
Other Mozambican languages 11.8%
Other 0.5%
Unspecified 1.8%

Mozambique Government

Latest population

Mozambique Political parties

Mozambique Liberation Front
Founded : 25 June 1962
Website : www.frelimo.org.mz

Mozambican National Resistance-Electoral Union
Founded : 1975
Website : www.renamo.org.mz

Independent Alliance of Mozambique

Mozambican Nationalist Movement

National Convention Party (Mozambique)

National Unity Party (Mozambique)

Liberal Front (Frente Liberal (FL))

Front of Patriotic Action

People's Party of Mozambique

United Front of Mozambique

Party for Peace, Democracy, and Development

Independent Party of Mozambique

Liberal Democratic Party of Mozambique

Mozambique Social Broadening Party

National Reconciliation Party

Greens Party of Mozambique
Founded : 1997

Social Liberal and Democratic Party

Party of Freedom and Solidarity


Roman Catholic 27.2%
Muslim 18.9%
Zionist Christian 15.6%,
Evangelical/Pentecostal 15.3%
Anglican 1.7%
Other 4.8%
None 13.9%
Unspecified 2.5%

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Where is Mozambique located in this large world ?
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Interesting facts
Mozambique is a country in Southeast Africa bordered by the Indian Ocean to the east, Tanzania to the north, Malawi and Zambia to the northwest, Zimbabwe to the west, and Swaziland and South Africa to the southwest.

Country’s economy is based largely on agriculture, but industry, mainly food and beverages, chemical manufacturing, aluminium and petroleum production, is growing.

Since 2001, Mozambique’s annual average GDP growth has been among the world’s highest.

The country is drained by five principal rivers and several smaller ones with the largest and most important the Zambezi.

Mozambique is forecast to be one of the fastest growing countries in the next 10 years, helped by exports of coal and natural gas.

Mozambique is still a very poor country with half its people living on less than $1 a day.

The largest island in the archipelago, Bazaruto Island is about 23 miles (37km) long and four miles (7km) wide, surrounded by magnificent stretches of white sand. Enormous sand dunes comprise the eastern strip, while the interior contains large freshwater lakes frequented by a wide variety of water birds such as flamingos, and is inhabited by crocodiles.

Benguerra is the second largest island of the Bazaruto Archipelago, less than half a mile (1km) south of Bazaruto and like its neighbour, has stunning beaches, large sand dunes and freshwater lakes. Its forest and wetland areas attract a huge variety of birds and animals, while its surrounding reefs offer some of the best diving and snorkelling opportunities on the African continent.

Situated in the Tete Province in Mozambique, the Cahora Bassa Lake is Africa’s second-largest artificial lake. The Cahora Bassa Dam system is the largest hydroelectric scheme in southern Africa and it is one of the three major dams on the Zambezi river system, the others being Kariba and Itezhi-Tezhi.

Often referred to as ‘the place where Noah parked his Ark’, Gorongosa National Park was a playground for the rich and famous back in the 1960s, lured by the abundance of wildlife in the area. The subsequent years of war and poaching decimated the wildlife count but programmes have since been put in place to restore the park’s previous status as one of the richest wildlife refuges in the world.

Spanning an area of 42,000 square kilometres (10 million acres), the Niassa Game Reserve is the largest protected area in Mozambique, and one of the most pristine wilderness areas in the whole of Africa. Twice the size of South Africa’s famed Kruger National Park (making it roughly the size of Denmark), the Niassa Reserve boasts a high concentration (if not massive variety) of wildlife, incredibly varied bird life, and absolutely stunning natural scenery.