Bangweulu


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Bang·we·u·lu

 (băng′wē-o͞o′lo͞o), Lake
A shallow lake bordered by swamps on a plateau of northeast Zambia. The area provides habitat for a diversity of wildlife.

Bangweulu

(ˌbæŋwɪˈuːlʊ)
n
(Placename) Lake Bangweulu a shallow lake in NE Zambia, discovered by David Livingstone, who died there in 1873. Area: about 9850 sq km (3800 sq miles), including swamps

Bang•we•u•lu

(ˌbæŋ wiˈu lu)

n.
a shallow lake and swamp in NE Zambia. ab. 150 mi. (240 km) long.
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Financing agreements have been signed between Bangweulu Power Corporation Limited -- sponsored by Neoen/First Solar and Zambia's Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) -- IFC, and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) in Lusaka, Zambia.
Financing agreements have been signed between Bangweulu Power Corporation Limited -- sponsored by Neoen/First Solar and Zambias Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) -- IFC, and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) in Lusaka, Zambia.
The company owns 20,238 Ha of land on title in the Northern Province of Zambia, on the Eastern side of Lake Bangweulu, to the North-West of Mpika town.
Some of these places, like the Bangweulu Swamp in Zambia have floating rafts of grass.
We landed in Lusaka in the morning, and in the early afternoon took a charter up to Bangweulu.
Esta historia que tiene un comienzo a las orillas del Lago Bangweulu, Congo, presenta a unos personajes que realmente existieron y dieron origen a esta novela neo-fantastica, algunos ejemplos son: Phinneas Taylor (1810-1891) empresario circense norteamericano pionero de la industria del entretenimiento, fundador de "museos" donde se exhibian aberraciones naturales.
Other tourism sites in Zambia include: Liuwa Plains, Bangweulu Swamps, Lochinvar National Park, Lake Kariba, Batoka Gorge and Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage, amongst others.