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The Gulf of Tadjoura (Arabic: خليج تدجورا‎) is a gulf or basin of the Indian Ocean in the Horn of Africa. It lies south of the straits of Bab-el-Mandeb, or the entrance to the Red Sea, at 11°40′00″N 43°00′00″E / 11.6666667°N 43°E / 11.6666667; 43. Most of its coastline is the territory of Djibouti, except for a short stretch on the southern shore, which is part of the territory of Somalia.

Ports on the Gulf of Tadjoura include Obock, Tadjoura and Djibouti City.


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