[Portuguese wahm-baw] /Portuguese ˈwɑm bɔ/

a city in central Angola.
/Portuguese ˈwambu/
a town in central Angola: designated at one time by the Portuguese as the future capital of the country. Pop: 756 000 (2005 est) Former name (1928–73) Nova Lisboa


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