Manica, Mozambique

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Manica, Mozambique
Macekece
Nickname(s): Manica é Nice
Manica, Mozambique is located in Mozambique
Manica, Mozambique
Manica, Mozambique
Coordinates: 18°56′4″S 32°52′32″E / 18.93444°S 32.87556°E / -18.93444; 32.87556Coordinates: 18°56′4″S 32°52′32″E / 18.93444°S 32.87556°E / -18.93444; 32.87556
Country  Mozambique
Provinces Manica Province
District Manica District
Government
Time zone Harare, Pretoria

Manica is a market town in western Mozambique, lying west of Chimoio in the province of Manica. Originally the centre of the Kingdom of Manica, it grew around the gold trade but is now best known for the Chinamapere rock paintings. The Penha Longa Mountains lie north of the town.

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It is served by a station on the southern line of the national railway system. It is the last major station before the Zimbabwe border.

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