River mouth of cunene

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Snaked between the desert of sand and rocks hundreds of meters high, Cunene takes the last breath in another desert of salt water.

Snaked between the desert of sand and rocks hundreds of meters high, Cunene takes the last breath in another desert of salt water. Without resistance, the river that gives name to the neighboring Namibe, surrenders with open arms to the Ocean that bathes Angola from end to end tip, giant cradle of so many rivers, Cunene travels a long way, passing by, Humpata, Matala and Cassinga.

Advance inland to the Falls Ruacaná, where, after a vertiginous fall of 120 meters, it turns unexpectedly towards the sea.

From this point and up to Mulondo, next to Foz, Cunene becomes the natural border between Angola and Namibia.


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