Cape Angela

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Cape Angela (Arabic: رأس أنجلة‎) is a rocky headland in Bizerte, Tunisia, whose tip, called Ras Ben Sakka is considered since 2014 to be the northernmost point in the African continent,[1] replacing Cap Blanc, also in Tunisia.[2] It is located about 15 kilometers from Bizerte, the northernmost city in Africa and 22 kilometers from Ichkeul Lake.


  1. ^ "Scenery of Cape Angela - Xinhua |". Retrieved 2017-07-07. 
  2. ^ "Tunisian Ras Angela declared Africa's northernmost point". 

Coordinates: 37°20′49″N 9°44′32″E / 37.346944°N 9.742222°E / 37.346944; 9.742222

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