From Benguella to the Territory of Yacca: Description of a Journey Into Central and West Africa. Comprising Narratives, Adventures, and Important Surv (Hardcover)

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From Benguella to the Territory of Yacca: Description of a Journey Into Central and West Africa. Comprising Narratives, Adventures, and Important Surv By Hermenegildo Capelo, Roberto Ivens Cover Image
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Join Portuguese explorers Hermenegildo Capelo and Roberto Ivens on an unforgettable journey into the heart of Central and West Africa. In this gripping travelogue, Capelo and Ivens recount their extraordinary adventures as they travel down the Cunene, Cubango, Luando, Cuanza, and Cuango Rivers, encountering a dizzying array of cultures and landscapes along the way. This book is an essential read for anyone interested in the history of African exploration and the early days of European colonialism.

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Product Details
ISBN: 9781020076206
ISBN-10: 1020076208
Publisher: Legare Street Press
Publication Date: July 18th, 2023
Pages: 500
Language: English