In a world where no place seems undiscovered, Angola is just beginning to reveal its rich identity. Years of civil war closed the southwestern African country to travelers, but since fighting ended in 2002, Angola’s hidden beauty has steadily emerged. Cities and infrastructure still show battle scars, but prolonged peace has brought the pleasant population out of its shell and they openly share the country’s cultural charms—art, food, and especially music. Adventurers find both virgin wilderness and vibrant cities where past, present and future blend into a surprising array of gourmet dining, high-end shopping and thought-provoking sights, giving the exciting sense of a country on the verge.
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