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Sat, 14 Apr 2018 12:47 - Updated Sat, 14 Apr 2018 12:46

Over 5000 tourists visit Huíla Regional Museum

Lubango - At least 5,200 tourists, Angolan and foreigners, visited the Regional Ethnographic Museum of Huíla, said Friday in Lubango City, southern Huila Province, the director of the institution Soraia Ferreira.

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The official, who was speaking to ANGOP, did not disclosed comparative data, but pointed out the Chinese, Germans, Portuguese and French as the foreign tourists who visited the Regional Ethnographic Museum of Huíla.

 Soraia Ferreira said that the Angolan nationals that visited the Museum are mainly Lubango residents, especially students.

The official said that the main reason of students' visit was for research on the area of archaeological heritage, beliefs, traditional powers and spirituality.

According to the director, Huíla Regional Museum has improved its infrastructures and raised the quality of its services.

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