Provinces of Angola

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Angola is divided into eighteen provinces, known in Portuguese as províncias:

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LocationProvinceCapitalArea (km2) [1] Population
(2014 Census) [2]
Region
Bengo in Angola.svg Bengo Caxito 31,371356,641Greater Luanda
Angola - Benguela.svg Benguela Benguela 39,8262,231,385Central
Angola - Bie.svg Bié Cuíto 70,3141,455,255Central
Cabinda in Angola (special marker).svg Cabinda Cabinda 7,270716,076North
Angola - Cuando Cubango.svg Cuando Cubango Menongue 199,049534,002East
Angola - Cuanza Norte.svg Cuanza Norte N'dalatando 24,110443,386Greater Luanda
Angola - Cuanza Sul.svg Cuanza Sul Sumbe 55,6001,881,873Central
Angola - Cunene.svg Cunene Ondjiva 87,342990,087South West
Angola - Huambo.svg Huambo Huambo 34,2702,019,555Central
Angola - Huila.svg Huíla Lubango 79,0232,497,422South West
Luanda in Angola (special marker).svg Luanda Luanda 2,4176,945,386Greater Luanda
Angola - Lunda Norte.svg Lunda Norte Dundo 103,760862,566East
Angola - Lunda Sul.svg Lunda Sul Saurimo 77,637537,587East
Angola - Malanje.svg Malanje Malanje 97,602986,363North
Angola - Moxico.svg Moxico Luena 223,023758,568East
Angola - Namibe.svg Namibe Moçâmedes 57,091495,326South West
Angola - Uige.svg Uíge Uíge 58,6981,483,118North
Angola - Zaire.svg Zaire M'banza-Kongo 40,130594,428North
Map of the Provinces of Angola Angola Province Map.svg
Map of the Provinces of Angola

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References

  1. http://www.geohive.com/cntry/angola.aspx Archived 2016-09-30 at the Wayback Machine
  2. "Resultados Definitivos Recenseamento Geral da População e Habitação - 2014" (PDF). Instituto Nacional de Estatística, República de Angola. Retrieved 3 May 2020.

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