Achada Monte

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Achada Monte
Achada Monte is located in Cape Verde
Achada Monte
Coordinates: 15°14′02″N 23°38′35″W / 15.234°N 23.643°W / 15.234; -23.643Coordinates: 15°14′02″N 23°38′35″W / 15.234°N 23.643°W / 15.234; -23.643
Country Cape Verde
Island Santiago
Municipality São Miguel
Civil parish São Miguel Arcanjo
Population (2010)[1]
 • Total 1,652

Achada Monte is a settlement in the northern part of the island of Santiago, Cape Verde and is part of the municipality of São Miguel. It is situated near the east coast, 8 km northwest of Calheta de São Miguel. Its 2010 population was 1,652 and is on the road connecting Praia and Tarrafal through Pedra Badejo, the EN1-ST02. The subdivision and small bay Mangue de Sete Ribeiras, located in the east is part of the settlement. West of the village is Ribeira Principal.

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