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Caotinha - Benguela - Angola  O que o berço dá só o túmulo tira.  Adágio Popular Beach Trip, Sunsets, Beaches, Moon, River, Popular, World, Outdoor, Inspiration

Caotinha - Benguela - Angola O que o berço dá só o túmulo tira. Adágio Popular

- Dialogue of ministry in Angola; a land rising from past challenges - Angola Africa, West Africa, Largest Countries, Countries Of The World, Places To Travel, Places To See, Kingdom Of Kongo, South Afrika, Nature

Angola, Benguela - In 1482, Portuguese caravels commanded by Diogo Cão arrived in the Congo. Other expeditions followed, and close relations were soon established between the two states. The Portuguese brought firearms and an interesting religion; in return, the King of the Congo could offer slaves, ivory, and minerals.

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Kalunga, An Old Art Deco Cinema Theater, Benguela, Angola

Benguela is a city of Angola located on the Atlantic coast. It has a population of about 500,000 inhabitants. It was founded in 1617 by portuguese was an important centre of slave trade to Brazil and Cuba. © Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com

Angola is renowned for being one of the most diverse countries in the world. With rolling rock formations, beautiful white sandy beaches an. Angola Africa, Rock Formations, Sandy Beaches, Countries Of The World, Diana, Inspirational, Spaces, Tips, Beautiful

benguela angola | Tourist Guide for Benguela, Angola ~ Africa Tourist Tips

Locomotive arrives at the railway station in Benguela, Angola. Opened in the Caminho de Ferro de Benguela originally ran to Lubumbashi in the Belgian Congo but currently only operates from Lobito. Belgian Congo, Locomotive, Train, Brunettes, Pictures, Fotografia, Locs, Strollers

Benguela Railway Station

Locomotive D-133 arrives at the railway station in Benguela, Angola. Opened in 1902, the Caminho de Ferro de Benguela originally ran to Lubumbashi in the Belgian Congo but currently only operates from Lobito.

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