Where is Kasama Located?
Kasama is the capital of the Northern province of Zambia and seat of the homonymous Archdiocese. Zambia, formerly Northern Rhodesia, is a landlocked country in Central Africa, bordering on Angola, the democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia and is 1964 independence from England.
What Country is Kasama in?
In terms of area, Zambia is approximately 752,614 km2 (1) twice as large as Germany, but has only 14.7 million inhabitants [10. 2010] (1). This means that about 19 people live on one square kilometre (comparison with NRW: 515 inhabitants)./ km2 (5). The official language is English, the climate is tropical with a hot, humid rainy season from December to April, a cool dry season from may to September and a hot dry season in October/ November.
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