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Misraq Gojjam Zone

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  1. Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, this zone has an estimated total population of 2,346,068, of whom 1,160,735 were males and 1,185,333 were females; 251,810 or 10.7% of its population are urban dwellers

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  2. a Zone in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia

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  3. named after the former province of Gojjam

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  4. bordered on the south by the Oromia Region, on the west by Mirab Gojjam, on the north by Debub Gondar, and on the east by Debub Wollo

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  5. the bend of the Abay River defines the Zone's northern, eastern and southern boundaries

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  6. Its highest point is Mount Choqa (also known as Mount Birhan)

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