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Huambo’s name comes from Wambu, one of the 14 old Ovimbundu kingdoms of the central Angolan plateau. In 1928 Huambo was renamed Nova Lisb...

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EricLafforgue Eric Lafforgue, Brussels
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Title Girl Sitting On A Bottle Of Gas, Huambo, Angola
Caption Huambo’s name comes from Wambu, one of the 14 old Ovimbundu kingdoms of the central Angolan plateau. In 1928 Huambo was renamed Nova Lisboa (New Lisbon, after Lisbon the capital of Portugal), indicating that the colonial administration had the intention of making it the capital of the colony. After the independence from Portugal in 1975, Nova Lisboa was given back its original name. The Angolan Civil War (1975–2002) stopped Angola's and Huambo's development, destroying an important part of its infrastructure. Huambo became the place of hard battles during the bloody civil war between the government and UNITA from independence, as it UNITA headquarters were located in it, until the death of rebel UNITA leader Jonas Savimbi in 2002. The city was besieged, seriously damaged, and its civilians were slaughtered in crowd or fled the city. The signature of a new cease-fire, after Savimbi’s death brought back tranquility to the Province and set the conditions for the current peace process and the beginning of an era of development. Nowadays the city has a population of about 225,000 inhabitants.
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