Madagascar

off the eastern coast of Africa, Madagascar is positioned in both the eastern and southern hemispheres.

Antananarivwo Madagascar is the capital city of Madagascar.

This place has some weird stuff like wooden homes and royal tombs!

Antananarivo is in the center of Madagascar

With a small village there's not much to pursue in this small area

Madagascar apart from other places isn't connected to the rest of Africa, it's an island.

Here's a little more genral knowledge on Madagascar!

The following are pictures of madagascars wildlife and people.
The Mozambique Channel surrounds the western side of Madagascar
While the Indian Ocean surrounds the eastern side
Madagascar has many natural resources like this beautiful chromite
Fish
Salt stones
Bauxite
And finally mica
Major exports of Madagascar are coffee
Sweet vanilla
And Shellfish
A very big import is petroleum
This is Madagascars flag Red and white were the colors of the Merina kingdom, which succumbed to France in 1896. They were used in the flag of the last Merina monarch, Queen Ranavalona III.
How did Madagascar become independent?The Malagasy Republic, proclaimed on October 14, 1958, became an autonomous state within the French Community. On 26 March 1960 France agreed to Madagascar becoming fully independent. On 26 June 1960 Madagascar became an independent country
Malagasy people consist of 18 ethnical groups, which partially differ widely in appearance, traditions and beliefs from each other
“Merina” means in English “those, who always come back home”. They originally came from Indonesia, which is still reflected by their facial features. This tribe, which is numerically the biggest Malagasy one, lives in and round the highlands of the capital Antananarivo.
Everybody loves music so what about the music of Madagascar?
What about the young people music? I couldn't find the original but I found a girl singing a very popular song.
Created By
Malachi Whitehead
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Created with images by Rennett Stowe - "RING TAILED LEMUR" • Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the BPL - "Africa, including the Mediterranean" • reibai - "Houses" • reibai - "lake statue" • reibai - "Tana" • reibai - "lake statue" • WikiImages - "africa map relief" • JohnE777 - "Tread Upon Now What?" • Frank.Vassen - "Tomato Frog (Dyscophus antongilli), Maroantsetra, Madagascar" • JoannaWk - "lemur animal nature" • Fabrice Frauli - "Madagascar" • skeeze - "black and white ruffed lemur wildlife head" • LEVESQUE - "children school mother" • Frank.Vassen - "Swarming termites, Ankarafantsika National Park, Madagascar" • NH53 - "Pousse-pousses in Antisrabe" • Lutralutra - "maki monkey madagascar" • reibai - "Mozambique Channel" • flowcomm - "Maldives islands, Indian Ocean" • James St. John - "Anyolite (corundum-amphibole zoisitite) (Neoproterozoic; Mundarara Mine, about 27 km west of Longido, northeastern Tanzania)" • acme - "IMG_7271" • ivalser - "dead sea stone salt" • James St. John - "Pisolitic bauxite 2" • Hans - "stone mica rock" • Nick J Webb - "Coffee" • Annie Mole - "Vanilla" • kapchurus - "2010-07-15_0024" • Steve Snodgrass - "Petroleum Offices" • oskay - "Separation" • Frontierofficial - "Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Adventure" • FirmBee - "mobile phone iphone" • cocoparisienne - "piano keyboard keys"

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