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Serra da Leba

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Serra da Leba

Serra da Leba
Serra da Leba is located in Angola
Serra da Leba
Serra da Leba
Location Huíla, Angola

Serra da Leba is a mountain range in the province of Huíla, in Angola.

Located near the city of Lubango, Serra da Leba is famous for its altitude, for its beauty and also for the Serra da Leba pass.

External links

  • BBC News - Africa Cup of Nations: Venue guide, Lubango Section

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