Mon, 27 Nov 2017 16:28 - Updated Mon, 27 Nov 2017 16:27
Senhora do Monte swimming pool repairing estimated at 350 million AKz
Lubango - The rehabilitation of the Senhora do Monte pool, estimated at 350 million Kwanzas, will employ 65 people, said Monday in Luanda, ABC official, André Neto.
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Senhora do Monte park
Photo: Morais Silva
Speaking on the presentation of the project to the residents, he said that the requalification includes multi-sports fields, parking, green zone and the pool area, whose intervention will maintain the original features of the equipment.
The official said that the only change will be the division of the pool into two parts, one for adults and another for adolescents and children, separated by a restaurant in the center.
'Around the pool we will put tents with chairs to welcome the users of the enclosure, also being foreseen a sauna room," he said."The pool will be lined with wood because we want to reduce as much as possible the amount of concrete to be used in the construction," he said.
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