Chama

Chama is the town that is the government seat of the Chama district in the Eastern Province of . Chama is populated by the Senga and some Tumbuka peoples. Chisenga is the primary language, though Chitumbuka is widely understood and spoken, as is Nyanja.

Localities in the Area

Town
with the headquarters at Chama is the largest and least-populated district of the in and includes a large wilderness in the Upper Luangwa valley just north-east of the .

Chama

Latitude
-11.213° or 11° 12' 46.9" south
Longitude
33.1521° or 33° 9' 7.6" east
Population
4060
Elevation
765 metres (2510 feet)
Geo­Names ID
920901

Also Known As

  • Bulgarian: Чама
  • Cebuano: Chama
  • Chinese: 恰巴
  • Dutch: Chama, Zambia
  • English: Chama, Zambia
  • French: Chama
  • German: Chama
  • Italian: Chama
  • Japanese: チャマ
  • Polish: Chama
  • Portuguese: Chama
  • Portuguese: Chama (Zâmbia)
  • Portuguese: Chama (zâmbia)
  • Romanian: Chama, Zambia
  • Romanian: Chama, zambia
  • Western Mari: Чама
  • Zulu: Chama, Zambiya

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