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Gay Guide Mozambique
In July 2015 Mozambique decriminalised homosexuality in its new penal code, making it one of a few African countries where same-sex relationships are legal. The revised code replaces a colonial-era clause outlawing homosexuality as "vices against nature". While people may be relaxed about homosexuality, many see promoting gay rights as an attack on cultural and religious practices. Same-sex relationships are still a divisive subject in a country where many people are either religious Christians or Muslims. Mozambique is one of the only three countries in Africa to offer any form of discrimination protections for gay, lesbians, and bisexuals, which have been in place since 2007.
Cities in Mozambique
Name: Mosambik, Mosambico
Location: Southeast Africa
International country code: 258
International access code: 00
Language: Portuguese, Swahili
Area: 799,380 kmē / 308642 sq mi.
Currency: 1 Metical (MTn) = 100 Centavos
Religions: 35% Christian, 23% no confession, 18% Muslim
Climate: In summers the months ranges from October to April which is rainy, humid, and very hot. The winter months, from April to September are cooler and drier and thus provide the most comfortable tenure for travel.