Angolan capital


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Noun1.Angolan capital - port city on Atlantic coastAngolan capital - port city on Atlantic coast; the capital and largest city of Angola
Angola, Republic of Angola - a republic in southwestern Africa on the Atlantic Ocean; achieved independence from Portugal in 1975 and was the scene of civil war until 1990
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The costliest city in the world, based on the Mercer findings, is the Angolan capital Luanda.
PK) has opened a branch in Luanda, the Angolan capital city, the China Daily has reported.
In recent years, the Angolan capital has been witnessing fast growth in population, and consequently, several of the existing roads in the city are now incapable to handle the growing demand.
Minaj is due on stage on Saturday in the Angolan capital Luanda for a Christmas concert hosted by the Unitel communications firm, which is part owned by dos Santos's family.
She and a group of friends used to meet every Saturday at a bookstore in the heart of the Angolan capital, Luanda.
Over the next two years, 50 hotels will be opened in strategic locations, such as in Luanda, the Angolan capital, and in 17 provincial capitals: 6 hotels will open in 2015, 22 in 2016 and another 22 in 2017.
And at $150/month per square metre, the Angolan capital also has one of the world's highest prime office rental rates in the world.
According to the survey, globally, the Angolan capital Luanda remains the world's most expensive city for expatriates.
It is to be recalled that the Vice President has led the Sudan delegation to the Great Lakes summit meeting held in the Angolan capital of Luanda.
She claims the meeting took place in the suite of a hotel in the Angolan capital Luanda in January 2010 during the African Football Confederation (CAF) congress ahead of the continental football showpiece the Africa Cup of Nations.
You detect ideological, organizational and discipline issues in this situation", asked Museveni while addressing International Conference on the Great Lakes Region in the Angolan capital, Luanda on Wednesday.
Set in the Angolan capital in the 17th century and told from the perspective of a slave, the novel features an important Flemish merchant family and a painter named Barlaeus.