2 January 2013

Angola: Huambo City to Gain New Garden

Huambo — The city of Huambo (centre) will soon gain a new public place of leisure being build by the local Government, through the Department of Territory Organisation, Urbanisation nd Environment, Angop learned.

The information was released by the official of the above mentioned department, Suzana Capitia, who said the construction of the said leisure site is intended to diversify the recreational options for residents.

According to the source, the leisure place (a garden) will be situated on the banks of Calohumbula river, that devides the high and down parts of Huambo city, with the works that started in July 2011 expected complete by late in February this year.

She further stated that the construction of the garden is part of a Government's larger project of construction and facelift of the area surrounding the Calohumbula river, over an extension of about 14 hectares.

With a population of about 1.7 million inhabitants, Huambo city has two public leisure sites. They are the "Jardim da Cultura" and "Estufa Fria.

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