Namibe

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Namibe

(næˈmiːb)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Angola: fishing industry. Pop: 132 900 (2004 est)
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A simple glance at the maps shows how the main urban centres that escaped the ravages of war, including Luanda, where both the government (and corruption) are highly centralised, as well as other port towns such as Lobito, Benguela, Mossamedes are distant from the massive areas along the borders of Congo and Zambia.
In the plant's native Namib and Mossamedes deserts, wind thrashes the leaves into ribbons.
Those who left Brazil for Mossamedes in 1849 and 1850 were assured of land grants and allotments of a per diem and tools and clothing.