Angola’s revamped road infrastructure and sets of Fenacult Culture Trains

Angola’s revamped road infrastructure (This infographic is brought to you by Steppes in Sync)
Angola’s revamped road infrastructure (This infographic is brought to you by Steppes in Sync)

As we mentioned to our readers earlier, Tatarstan-headquartered Kamaz, producer of multiple Dakar Rally winner in the truck category, reportedly plans to launch a production line in Angola, following the Russian company’s successful experience in Ethiopia.

As their Programa de reabilitação de infra-estruturas rodoviárias is making the above-mentioned wonders in the Southern African nation of Angola — currently home to some 21.47 million people according the World Bank — check Comboios do Fenacult, a marvellous art project on the Angolan rails these days:

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