The Comoros is an island group in the Indian Ocean with 730,000 inhabitants. It consists of the three large islands of Ngazidja, Nzwani and Mwali and a few small islands. The island of Mayotte has remained under French rule. The republic lies between the east coast of Africa and the north of Madagascar. The landscape of the islands is mountainous, thanks to the volcanic origin. Coral reefs surround Mwali, Nzwani and Mayotte. The largest active volcano in the world is the Karthala on Ngazidja. On Nzwani wild flowing rivers, green mountain slopes and many flowers. A sea of ​​3000 meters deep surrounds the islands. There is a tropical maritime climate, with a long rainy season. The capital of Moroni has 30,000 inhabitants and is located on the largest island of Ngazidja. Other cities are Mutsamudu, Domoni, Fomboni, Tsémbehou, Sima, Ouani, Mirontsi and Iconi. Sights are the town of Iconi, the rich underwater life, the sea turtle beach, the Zialaharoussi waterfall, the embroidery and wood carving and the perfume companies in Bambao.

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