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Tanga region is situated at the extreme north-east corner of Tanzania between 4o and 60 degrees below the Equator and 370 -390 10’degrees. east of the Greenwich meridian. The region occupies an area of 27,348 sq kms, being only 3% of total area of the country.
Tanga shares borders with Kenya to the north, Morogoro and Coast regions to the south, Kilimanjaro and coast regions to the south, and Kilimanjaro and Arusha regions to the west. To the east it is boded by the Indian ocean. Mligaji River also forms a large part of the border in the South.
Tanga region Districts
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