Mozambique is divided into two topographical regions:
To the north of the Zambezi river, a narrow coastline and bordering plateau slope upward into hills and a series of rugged highlands punctuated by scattered mountains.
Monte Binga, peaking at 7,988 ft. (2,435 m), is the highest point of Mozambique; the Indian Ocean (0 m) is the lowest.
The country is drained by several significant rivers, with the Zambezi being the largest and most important.
|Land Area||786,380 km2|
|Water Area||13,000 km2|
|Total Area||799,380km2 (#34)|
|Government Type||Presidential Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$35.01 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||1,200$|
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