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Also, the numbers fluctuate as people attempt to flee when the fighting is intense and return when the fighting has calmed down.
It is estimated that in May 2000, 350,700 Angolans lived outside the country and another 2.5 million to 4 million were displaced within the national borders.
"Several of the plans were extremely interesting from an architectural point of view, but totally unsuited to our climate, our understanding of the family and above all the needs of people in the musseques," she said.[1break!
] A key criterion was to design a home that would capture the more positive aspects of the life in slums, their unique character, despite often lacking basic necessities like water and reliable electricity, said Joao Luis Carrilho da Graca, the Triennale’s curator. There is an urban tissue with its own qualities, which is inspiring," he said.
Angola borders Namibia to the south, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Zambia to the east, and the Republic of Congo to the north.
The oil-rich enclave of Cabinda lies north of the Zaire river. Because of the ongoing war, it is difficult to obtain reliable population figures.
The array of different designs reflected the diverse origins of the architects themselves.
Since 1961, war has destroyed cultural institutions, forced people to flee, and divided the territory between the belligerent.
Thus one cannot speak of a single national culture.
A Portuguese colony founded on the coast in 1575 also came to be known as Angola.
At the end of the nineteenth century, the name was given to a much larger territory that was envisaged to come under Portuguese influence.
It is difficult to obtain reliable information because the war precludes research in many areas. Angola is a country of 482,625 square miles (approximately 1.25 million square kilometers) in western Africa, south of the Equator.