Portuguese East Africa love

Portuguese East Africa

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  • proper noun A former country and colony of Portugal in Africa, now called Mozambique.

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Examples

  • Once the capital of Portuguese East Africa, Mozambique is home to pristine, deserted beaches, bustling street markets, quaint colonial architecture, delectable seafood, excellent diving, hiking, surfing and safari opportunities, and much more - see it before the crowds hit!

    PHOTOS: Idyllic Mozambique, 'One Of Africa's Rising Stars'

  • Once the capital of Portuguese East Africa, Mozambique is home to pristine, deserted beaches, bustling street markets, quaint colonial architecture, delectable seafood, excellent diving, hiking, surfing and safari opportunities, and much more - see it before the crowds hit!

    PHOTOS: Idyllic Mozambique, 'One Of Africa's Rising Stars'

  • He was given a platoon of native soldiers to command and charged with guarding a stretch of road running south from Dar es Salaam to the border with Portuguese East Africa, now Mozambique.

    Storyteller

  • Literacy: definition: age 15 and over can read and write total population: 47.8% male: 63.5% female: 32.7% (2003 est.) GovernmentCountry name: conventional long form: Republic of Mozambique conventional short form: Mozambique local long form: Republica de Mocambique local short form: Mocambique former: Portuguese East Africa

    Mozambique

  • Mozambiqueconventional long form: Republic of Mozambique conventional short form: Mozambique local long form: Republica de Mocambique local short form: Mocambique former: Portuguese East Africa

    Country name

  • You have Portuguese East Africa and Portuguese West Africa and in the continent's midsection the remnants of the brutally ruled Congo of Belgium's King Leopold.

    Far From Flanders Fields

  • Mozambique: conventional long form: Republic of Mozambique conventional short form: Mozambique local long form: Republica de Mocambique local short form: Mocambique former: Portuguese East Africa

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

  • The languages thus described occupy the greater part of Portuguese East Africa away from the watershed of Lake Nyasa.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3 "Banks" to "Bassoon"

  • Bantu legends in my collection from Portuguese East Africa is probably of Semitic origin, and the song which it embodies seems also tinged with foreign color.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918

  • Country name: conventional long form: Republic of Mozambique conventional short form: Mozambique local long form: Republica de Mocambique local short form: Mocambique former: Portuguese East Africa

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

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