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The difficult combat terrain

The Bengo River flows into the ocean about eight kilometres northeast of Luanda. The valley of the Bengo River is bordered to the south by the Sequel heights averaging about 140 metres above sea level. The bridge across the Bengo is only a few kilometres from the estuary, with the waterworks of Quifangondo east thereof.


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