Tananarive


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Tananarive:

see AntananarivoAntananarivo
or Tananarive
, city (1993 pop. 675,669), capital of Madagascar. Antananarivo is Madagascar's largest city and is its administrative, communications, and economic center. It is the trade center for a productive agricultural region, whose main crop is rice.
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, Madagascar.
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March 4, 1901, Tananarive [now Antananarivo], Madagascar--d.