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 Antseranana & Diego Bay

Madagascar

English (Translate this text in English): Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Antsiranana Bay (also known as Diégo-Suarez Bay), the large natural bay along the northeast coast of Madagascar, is considered one of the finest natural harbors in the world. The bay, protected by a narrow inlet that provides shelter from strong Indian Ocean winds is believed to be the result of a submerging coastline or drowned river valley that formed many peninsulas around the bay. The principal city, Antsiranana, is located on a headland; its port, formerly military, became the second commercial port of the island. Source: Wikipedia.org

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