Luambala River

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The Luambala (Portuguese: Rio Luambala) is a river of Mozambique. It flows through Niassa Province in a northeast-southwest direction. The Luambala valley was surveyed during the Portuguese Nyasaland. The river was reported to have steep sides and a rock bed.[1] To the east of Cassembe, the Luambala connects with the Lugenda River at 13°26′12″S 36°18′20″E / 13.43667°S 36.30556°E / -13.43667; 36.30556, flowing in a north-south-southwest direction.

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  1. ^ A handbook of Portuguese Nyasaland, Great Britain. Naval Intelligence Division, Negro University Press, 1969