Angola is the seventh-largest country in Africa and is located on the southwestern coast of the continent
The country is rich in natural resources, including oil, diamonds, gold, and other minerals.
Angola has a diverse population, with over 90 different ethnic groups represented.
The Kalandula Falls, located in the northern part of the country, are one of the largest waterfalls in Africa.
Angola was a Portuguese colony for over 400 years before gaining independence in 1975.
The Angolan Civil War, which lasted from 1975 to 2002, was one of the longest and deadliest conflicts in Africa's history.
The country's national emblem features a machete and a cogwheel, representing the peasantry and industry, respectively.
The sable antelope, a large and majestic African antelope, is the national animal of Angola.
The coastline of Angola is home to several species of sea turtles, including the critically endangered leatherback turtle.
The Capoeira, a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance and acrobatics, has roots in Angola and is still practiced in the country today.