كايا، موزمبيق

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كايا

Caia, Mozambique
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كايا is located in موزمبيق
كايا
كايا
الإحداثيات: 17°50′S 35°20′E / 17.833°S 35.333°E / -17.833; 35.333
البلدموزمبيق موزمبيق
المحافظةمحافظة سفالة

كايا Caia هي بلدة على الضفة الجنوبية لـنهر زمبيزي في محافظة سفالة، بموزمبيق. It is a relatively small town with few modern facilities besides a petrol station managed by a Portuguese couple and the neighbouring bank. Caia and surrounding communities have been experiencing an escalating HIV/AIDS epidemic, drawing national and foreign aid to the area, including a Canadian foundation called the Caia Connection based in Vila de Sena, 57.6 Kilometres north of Caia.[1]

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النقل

جسر كايا قيد الإنشاء.

في مارس 2007، بدأ إنشاء ما سيصبح أطول جسر طرق يعبر الزمبيزي. The bridge over the Zambezi was officially opened on August 1, 2009, and with some controversy, was named after the current president of Mozambique, Armando Emilio Guebuza.[2] With a length of 2376 metres and width of 16 m it will be longer than the bridges at Tete and Katima Mulilo, exceeded only by the Dona Ana Bridge, which has been restored as a rail only bridge. The anticipated bridge was crucial في ربط محافظة سفالة بمحافظة زمبزيا.[3] The Caia bridge cost an estimated US$80 million.[4]

Caia also has an airport with a 900-metre paved runway, and is a station on the railway from Beira via the Dona Ana Bridge to Malawi, Moatize and Tete, which was the damaged in the Mozambique Civil War and is currently being rehabilitated.


انظر أيضاً

الهامش

  1. ^ "(Vila De Sena to Caia) Mozambique". Google Inc. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
  2. ^ "Zambezi Bridge inaugurated". High Commission of the Republic of Mozambique. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
  3. ^ "Zambezi Bridge inaugurated". High Commission of the Republic of Mozambique. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
  4. ^ "Zambezi Bridge to Start in July (Mozambique)." Archived 2006-11-09 at the Wayback Machine. World Bridge News, retrieved 12 November 2007. Google Earth has high resolution photos of Caia, showing the ferry, land cleared for the bridge approaches, and derelict railway rolling stock.

وصلات خارجية

Coordinates: 17°50′S 35°20′E / 17.833°S 35.333°E / -17.833; 35.333