Mozambique is located in Southeastern Africa, boarded by the Indian Ocean to the east, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Switzerland and South Africa.

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<ul><li><p>Mozambique is located in Southeastern Africa, boarded by the Indian Ocean to the east, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Switzerland and South Africa. </p></li><li><p>Maputo </p></li><li><p> The climate of the countryThis country is tropical. The wet season in the summer is between November &amp; March. A dry season from April to October to June &amp; July. </p></li><li><p>15,000 Portuguese trading ports and forts became ports of call from a new rout to the east. Mozambican National Resistance formed in 1975. </p></li><li><p>Coal, tete, National gas and a mineral tantalite </p></li><li><p>The Makonde </p></li><li><p>The Makonde group also known as Bantu language or closely related to Yao. </p></li><li><p> The men of the Makonde are barefoot and go to work carving faces of their tribe out of wood. They sit on seats or work bench and do it all again the next day. They live in huts made out of wood and straw. </p></li><li><p> Islam Culture It is used in secular academia to describe the cultural practices common to historically Islamic people. Believes they believed in that the word God was used by the Muslims, they also believe that they would someday be saved by the blood of Jesus Christ. </p></li><li><p>I think its similar because they live in houses and get food and water. I think its different because they are barefoot, they dont have much clothes, they have little huts made of straw and wood. Also they make wood carvings. SimilarDifferent </p><p>*My country is Mozambique. I am going to talk to you about the land, culture, people, history and what is similar and different to their life and to our life. *Mozambique is located in Southeastern Africa. It is boarded by the Indian Ocean, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Switzerland and South Africa. *The capital is Maputo. The cities manufactures contain cement, pottery, furniture, shoes and rubber. Coal, cotton, sugar, chromite, sisal, copra and hardwood are the chiefs exports. The train station in Maputo was created by the same person who made the Eiffel Tower. *The weather in this Country is Tropical. The wet season starts between summer, March and November. The dry season starts from April, October, June and July. *In Mozambique there is a lot of history like 15,000 Portuguese trading ports and forts became ports called a new rout to the east. Another part of the history is Mozambican National Resistance formed in 1975. *This country has many products like coal, tete, national gas and a mineral tantalite. *The culture is the Makonde tribe. The Type of art they do is master carving throughout East Africa. The Makonde have a traditional homelands that involve a primary source of food that comes from slash and burn farming. The crops include maize, sorghum and cassava it is often used by hunting. Carving has make major money for the Makonde along the coast and in near cities. The Makonde tribe has no ruler of a village. *The language of the Makonde tribe is closely related to Yao. The language is also known as Bantu. *The Makonde have a very interesting life style. They are barefoot, work is carving faces of their tribe out of wood. They sit on benches or seats and work all day everyday. They live in huts made out of wood and straw. *The Islam Culture is different to the Makonde tribe. Islam is used to describe the cultural practices, common to historically Islamic people. They believe in the god used by Muslims. They also believe that one day they will be saved by Jesus Christ. *Some things about the makonde are different and some are similar. Similar things we have in common with them is they live in houses, they have food and water and they wear clothes. We are different from them because they are barefoot, they live in huts made of straw and wood and they make wood carvings. </p></li></ul>

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