Analanjirofo

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Analanjirofo Region
Region
Location in Madagascar
Location in Madagascar
Country  Madagascar
Area[1]
 • Total 21,930 km2 (8,470 sq mi)
Population (2004)[1]
 • Total 860,800
 • Density 39.3/km2 (102/sq mi)
Time zone EAT (UTC3)

Analanjirofo is a region in northeastern Madagascar. Until 2009 it belonged to Toamasina Province. It borders Sava Region in north, Sofia in west, Alaotra-Mangoro in southwest and Atsinanana in south.

Analanjirofo is divided into six districts:

  1. Fenerive Est District (Fenerive Est, Fenoarivo Atsinanana)
  2. Mananara Nord District (Mananara Nord, Mananara Avaratra)
  3. Maroantsetra District (Maroantsetra)
  4. Nosy-Boraha District (Nosy-Boraha, Île Sainte-Marie)
  5. Soanierana Ivongo District (Soanierana Ivongo)
  6. Vavatenina District (Vavatenina)

The capital of the region is Fenoarivo Atsinanana (French: Fénérive Est), and the population was estimated to be 860,800 in 2004. The area of Analanjirofo Region is 21,930 km2 (8,467 sq mi).[1]

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Coordinates: 16°35′39″S 49°26′19″E / 16.59417°S 49.43861°E / -16.59417; 49.43861