What was the European country that colonized Angola and Mozambique?
What is the name of the Portuguese explorer who made the famous crossing between Angola and Mozambique with Capelo?
Practically the entire coast of the African continent from Morroco to South Africa, from South Africa to Somalia, India And East Indies were portuguese colonies. After losing influence and power because of spanish rule. The last colonies were East Timor, Goa, Mozambique, Angola, Cape Verde, Sao Tome Principe, Brazil, Macau, Guine Bissau, Sri Lanka.
Portuguese is spoken on all seven of the world's continents. For the Portuguese language originated in the southwest European country of Portugal. From the Iberian Peninsula, the language then was spread throughout the world by the Portuguese navigators of the 15th century and onwards. For example, the Portuguese colonized the African countries of Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. They also colonized the Asian countries of China, India, and Indonesia…
Russia was one European country that never held a territory in Africa. Those that did: Belgium: Congo region France: northwest Africa including Mali, Algeria, and Madagascar Germany: Cameroon, Namibia, and Togo Great Britain: South Africa, Kenya, Sierra Leone, and Egypt Italy: Libya and modern Somalia Portugal: Angola and Mozambique Spain: A strip of land in Morocco
No. Portuguese language comes from the Western European country of Portugal, located in the Iberian peninsula. Portuguese-speaking countries include Brazil, Angola, Mozambique and other former colonies of Portugal. Mexico's most widely spoken language is Spanish, which comes from the European country of Spain, also on the Iberian peninsula like Portugal. Besides Spain and Mexico, other Spanish-speaking countries include Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, Cuba and paradoxically, the United States which qualifies as the second-largest speaking country behind…
South Africa is a country. It does surround the country of Lesotho though. 3 cities in South Africa are Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. It also borders Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Perhaps you mean the southern portion of Africa, which is known as Southern Africa. Three countries in this region are Mozambique, Madagascar, and Angola.