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Antananarivo (Tana), the «people of the thousands», is the economic, political, educational and administrative capital of Madagascar (East Africa)

  1. Population of Antananarivo: 2.2 millions Antananarivan
    1. Antananarivo is the largest Malagasy city
    2. Great Antananarivo: 3 millions Antananarivan
    3. Antananarivo-Renivohitra is the urban area surrounding Antananarivo
  2. Main economic activity: agriculture (80% of the population)
  3. In Antananarivo, the access to the land is guaranteed and protected by law
  4. Main industries in Antananarivo: soap production, brick making, food and tobacco processing, brewing, textiles and leather manufacturing.

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  1. Malagasy Region: Analamanga (capital)
  2. Former Malagasy province: Antananarivo
  3. Malagasy district: Antananarivo Renivohitra
  4. Antananarivo is located in the centre of Madagascar, 160 kilometres from the east coast and 330 kilometres from the west coast.
  5. Main ethnic group in Antananarivo: Merina (24% of the population)
  6. Main religion in Antananarivo: Christianity
  7. Elevation of Antananarivo: 1,276 metres
  8. Climate of Antananarivo: altitude tropical
  9. Andafiavaratra Palace, Museum of Art and Archaeology

Malagasy Analamanga Region

  1. Antananarivo is the capital of the Analamanga Region
  2. Population of the Malagasy Analamanga Region: 3.3 million people
  3. Area: 17,445 square kilometres
  4. Districts of the Malagasy Analamanga Region:
    1. Ambohidratrimo
    2. Andramasina
    3. Anjozorobe
    4. Ankazobe
    5. Antananarivo-Atsimondrano
    6. Antananarivo-Avaradrano
    7. Antananarivo-Renivohitra (Antananarivo city)
    8. Manjakandriana

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Transport and Logistics in Antananarivo - Madagascar

Malagasy Roads

  1. Antananarivo - Analavory - Tsiroanomandidy - Belobaka
  2. Antananarivo - Toamasina
  3. Antananarivo - Anjozorobe - Alaotra Lake
  4. Antananarivo - Mahajanga
  5. Antananarivo - Tulear

Railway: Tananarive-Antsirabe and Tananarive-East Coast.

Distance from Antananarivo to Toamasina (The largest Malagasy port): 215 kilometres

Logistics Course: Ports of Madagascar

Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

International Airport Ivato (Antananarivo)

History of Antananarivo (Madagascar)

  1. 1620: foundation of Antananarivo by King Merina Andrianjaka
  2. Antananarivo was historically the capital of Merina people
  3. Antananarivo was the colonial capital

Higher Education in Antananarivo (Madagascar)

  1. University of Antananarivo
  2. Catholic University of Madagascar
  3. Higher Institute of Technology of Antananarivo
  4. National Centre for Distance Education of Madagascar


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