The archipelago consisting of the volcanic islands of the country is located in the Indian Ocean, specifically off the southeast coast of the African continent, and borders the country from the eastern side of Mozambique, from the north and west sides of Madagascar, and from the northwestern side of Tanzania, and from the northeastern side of the Seychelles, and its total area reaches two and thirty four Square kilometers.
The capital of the Comoros
Moroni is the capital of the country, and it is the largest city in it, and it is the seat of the Federal Government, and it is located on the west coast of the country, and it is located at the foot of Mount Kartala. This city is ten kilometers away from the northwestern side of the crater of the mountain, and its coordinates are limited between 11.699 ° to the north, and 43.256 ° to the east. Thirty square kilometers, and it is one of the most developed regions in the country. The capital contains many facilities and institutions such as Parliament Building, most ministries, international institutions, and the Central Bank, and it is one of the tourist cities in the country, due to the range of services it provides such as hotels and public transportation.Read:Information about the Harrana Palace
- Geography: The country consists of three main islands: Nagasegia, which is the Greater Comoros, and Anzouani, which is Anjouan, and Mahori, which is Mayotte. Nagasija is the largest of these islands, and is characterized by its rocky soil. It contains two volcanoes in Kartala, which is active, and Los Angeles, which is still inactive.
- the climate: The tropical marine climate is moderate in the country, and it has two seasons, one is wet, the other is hot, and temperatures are moderate during the month of March to reach their highest levels by thirty degrees Celsius, and the average rainfall in one year ranges from one thousand to six thousand mm.
- Economy: The country is one of the poorest countries in the world, suffering from difficulty in economic growth, high unemployment rate of up to 14.3%, and depends on fishing and agriculture in its economy, 38.4% of the population works in the fishing sector, and the agriculture sector contributes 40% of the total product For the country.
- Debt: There are approximately 98% of the total population of Sunni Muslims, and there are minorities of Mayotte who have migrated from French countries.
- The media: The country contains a national government newspaper, a radio called Comoros, and a national television.
- Education: Quranic education in the country is the existing foundation, and currently 75% of the total population possesses the skills of reading and writing in the Latin alphabet, and 90% possess reading and writing skills in the Arabic language, and primary education in the country is compulsory until the age of fourteen, and it suffers from a significant shortage of cadres, Facilities, equipment, qualified teachers, and textbooks.
- the health: The country has fifteen doctors for every 100,000 people, which means that the country suffers from many health problems.