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About Angola Facts

Angola lies on the Atlantic coast of southwestern Africa; its small (but oil-rich) northern province, Cabinda, is separated from the rest of the country by a small part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Congo River. Angola's narrow coastal plain, where most of the people live, rises to a high interior plateau with rain forests in the north and dry savanna in the south.

Fast Facts 

Population: 15,375,000

Capital: Luanda; 2,623,000

Area: 1,246,700 square kilometres (481,354 square miles)

Language: Portuguese, Bantu

Religion: Indigenous beliefs, Roman Catholic, Protestant

Currency: Kwanza

Life Expectancy: 40

GDP per Capita: U.S. $1,700

Literacy Percent: 42


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