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Dondo is a town and commune in the municipality of Cambambe, province of Cuanza Norte, Angola.
The Communes of Angola are administrative units in Angola after municipalities. The 163 municipalities of Angola are divided into communes. There are a total of 618 communes of Angola:
Cambambe is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola. It is the site of a hydroelectric dam on the Cuanza River. Cambambe also contains ruins from the 17th-century Portuguese settlement of the area, including the Igreja da Nossa Senhora do Rosário and the Fortress of Kambambe.
The Cuanza Norte Province is a province of Angola. N'dalatando is the capital and the province has an area of 24,110 km² and a population of approximately 428,000. According to 1988 US government statistics, the province has a population of 365,100, with just 18,000 living in urban areas. Manuel Pedro Pacavira was born here and is a former provincial governor. The 1,400 meter long Capanda Dam is located in this province. Cuanza Norte lies on the northern bank of the Cuanza River. It had been a territory of Ngola Kingdom. In 1914, Norton de Matos created District of Cuanza which was divided into Cuanza Norte and Cuanza Sul Provinces in 1917.
There are several towns with this name. This is the one which is a branch terminus on the northern Luanda Railways. The namesakes are in Huila Province, Uíge Province and Huambo Province.
Uíge, one of the eighteen Provinces of Angola, is located in the northwestern part of the country. Its capital city is of the same name. Municipalities within the province include Alto Cauale, Ambuila, Bembe, Buengas, Bungo, Damba, Macocola, Milunga, Mucaba, Negage, Puri, Quimbele, Quitexe, Sanza Pombo, Songo, Uíge, and Zombo.
Huambo is a province of Angola. With an area of 34,270 km2, it is one of the geographically smaller provinces, situated in the Central Region approximately 450 km south east of the capital, Luanda.
Malanje is the capital city of Malanje Province in Angola with a population of approximately 222,000. It is located 380 kilometres (240 mi) east of Angola's capital Luanda. Near it are the spectacular Calandula waterfalls, the rock formations of Pungo Andongo, and the Capanda Dam. The climate is mainly humid, with average temperatures between 20 and 24 °C and rainfall 900 to 130 millimetres in the rainy season.
Lubango is the capital city of the Angolan province of Huíla. Its last known population was 100,757. Until 1975, the city's official name was Sá da Bandeira.
Menongue is a town, municipality and the capital of Cuando Cubango Province in Angola. It is one of the four municipalities in Angola whose inhabitants are predominantly Mbunda.
Caála is a town located 23 km west of the city of Huambo, in the namesake province in Angola. It was known as Vila Robert Williams while Angola was a Portuguese colony, after the famous railroad developer and mining magnate, Sir Robert Williams. The town's last known population count was 259,483.
Kuito is a city located in central Angola. It is the administrative capital of Bié Province. Under Portuguese rule until 1975, it was called Silva Porto. Kuito was under siege in 1993/94 and again in 1998/99 by the rebel forces from UNITA. Many buildings in Kuito are still heavily damaged as a result of these sieges.
Luau is a municipality in Angola in the province of Moxico on the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Viana is a town and one of the seven municipalities that make up the province of Luanda, as per the new administrative division of the province. Viana lies 15 to 30 kilometers east as a suburb of the capital Luanda and is home to 68.000 inhabitants including about 6,000 long-term refugees, primarily from Katanga Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Viana is about a 90-minute drive from downtown Luanda.
Dongo is a town and commune in the municipality of Jamba, province of Huíla, Angola.
Bocoio is a town and municipality in Benguela Province in Angola. Its administrative capital is Tchissandji.
Matala is a town and municipality in the province of Huíla, Angola.
Ganda is a town and municipality in Benguela Province in Angola.
Cuchi is a town and municipality in Cuando Cubango Province in Angola.
Cubal is a town and municipality in Benguela Province in Angola.
Bibala is a town in southern Angola. It lies in Namibe Province. Bibala covers 7,612 square kilometres (2,939 sq mi) and with a population of approximately 57,000.
Jamba is a town and municipality in the province of Huíla, Angola.
Cacuso is a town in Malanje Province, Angola.
Kuvango or Cuvango is a town and municipality in the province of Huíla, Angola.
Chinguar is a town, commune and municipality in Bié Province in Angola.
Cuemba is a town and municipality in Bié Province in Angola.
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