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Portuguese Cabinda is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Portuguese Cabinda books and related discussion.
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- BEEKEEPING IN THE ENCLAVE OF CABINDA, ANGOLA
- Cabinda. History. The Portuguese colonised Cabinda in 1885, more than 300 years after the rest of Angola.
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- The Portuguese established themselves on the free port of. Tchiowa, later known as Cabinda, which became the aim of the other. European colonial powers.
- Excellencies, The National Council of the People of Cabinda (Nkoto
- Mar 9, 2009 between the two nations: Portugal and Angola.
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- GULF OIL - PORTUGUESE ALLY IN ANGOLA. Introduction. Gulf Oil Corporation, through its subsidiary in Angola, the.
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- Cabinda: Black Gold of Angola
- In Cabinda, a number of dialects are spoken, including Fiote, Ibinda and Kikongo and the official language is Portuguese.
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- images of Cabinda (Portuguese Congo) - imagens de Cabinda
- images of Cabinda - Oil rich territory between Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo. De jure a Portuguese proctatorate.
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