10 February 2013

Angola: British Tourists Impressed With Luanda's Marginal Boulevard, Iron Palace

Luanda — Pluanda City's Marginal boulevard and Iron Palace last Saturday were visited by a British delegation of tourists who are on a cruise ship trip to several countries.

The delegation, made up of over 350 people, also visited some historical and tourism points of Luanda Province and through the visit the tourists were also informed about aspects of the local culture and way of life.

Speaking to ANGOP, the British tourist Allan Thomas said he was impressed by the Angolan people's way of life, culture and some zones of the country.

He said the boulevard has a nice architecture even comparable to others in the world, commending its clean and organized condition.

He also deemed the Iron Palace a sacred place, with an incomparable architecture, which deserves to be included in the human heritage list.

Three other cruise ships are expected in Luanda until the end of the year.

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