Cuanza Norte Province

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The Cuanza Norte Province is a province of Angola.wikipedia
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Provinces of Angola

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The Cuanza Norte Province is a province of Angola.

Bengo Province

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Some sources show the following municipalities in Bengo province: Bula-Atumba, Dembos, and Pango-Aluquém, while others list those three in Cuanza Norte (Kwanza Norte) province.
The province is bordered by the provinces of Zaire to the North, Uige to the Northeast, Cuanza Norte to the East, and Cuanza Sul to the South.

Kimbundu

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The most spoken languages are Kimbundu.
It is concentrated in the north-west of the country, notably in the Luanda Province, Bengo Province, Malanje Province and the Cuanza Norte Province.

Manuel Pedro Pacavira

Manuel Pedro Pacavira was born here and is a former provincial governor.
Pacavira, born in Cuanza Norte, Angola, studied in Havana, Cuba.

List of municipalities of Angola

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The province of Cuanza Norte contains 13 municipalities (municípios):

Ambundu

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Mbundu people inhabit the province.
They are predominant in the Bengo and Malanje provinces and in neighbouring parts of the Cuanza Norte and Cuanza Sul provinces.

Angolan Civil War

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It was badly affected during the Angolan Civil War.
UNITA forces attacked Camabatela in Cuanza Norte province on 8 February 1986.

Ambaca

Ambaca is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

Banga, Angola

Banga
Banga is a town and municipality in the Cuanza Norte Province of Angola.

Dondo, Angola

Dondo
Dondo is a town, with a population of 64,643 (2014), and a commune in the municipality of Cambambe, province of Cuanza Norte, Angola.

Bolongongo

Bolongongo is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

Dembos

Dembos-Quibaxe
Some sources show the following municipalities in Bengo province: Bula-Atumba, Dembos, and Pango-Aluquém, while others list those three in Cuanza Norte (Kwanza Norte) province.
Dembos is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

N'dalatando

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N'dalatando is the capital and the province has an area of 24,110 km² and a population of approximately 428,000.
N'dalatando (also spelt as Ndalatando; former official name: Vila Salazar) is a town, with a population of 161,584 (2014), and a commune in the municipality of Cazengo, province of Cuanza Norte, Angola.

Cuanza Sul Province

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In 1914, Norton de Matos created District of Cuanza which was divided into Cuanza Norte and Cuanza Sul Provinces in 1917.
Bengo Province and Cuanza Norte Province are located to its north.

Golungo Alto

Golungo Alto is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

Lucala

Lucala is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

Cazengo

Cazengo is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

Cuanza River

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Cuanza Norte lies on the northern bank of the Cuanza River.
The river is also the namesake of the provinces of Cuanza Norte ("Cuanza North") and Cuanza Sul ("Cuanza South").

Ngonguembo

GonguemboKilombo dos Dembos
Gonguembo, also NGonguembo, is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

Samba Cajú

Samba Caju
On 5 April 2001, National Union for the Total Independence of Angola members attacked Samba Caju and killed 120 FAA members.
Samba Cajú is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

Quiculungo

Kiculungo
Quiculungo is a town and municipality in Cuanza Norte Province in Angola.

Aldeia Nova

Aldeia Nova is a town and commune of Angola, located in the province of Cuanza Norte.

Cariamba

Cariamba is a town and commune of Angola, located in the province of Cuanza Norte.