The Central Armed Forces Museum in Angola is equivalent to the military museum in Cuba. There are many antique weapons and equipment, as well as many modern weapons and equipment. It is a veritable museum of weapons development history, which is definitely worth visiting for military enthusiasts.
The museum of the central armed forces of Luanda in Angola, built in a castle, displays a lot of artillery and other weapons over 100 years ago, and is a display of the history of Angolan armed forces, and it is worth a visit.
The museum, an ancient military building built by Portuguese colonists 400 years ago, stands in the Atlantic Ocean at the port of Luanda, protects a city as a bunker, and the times have changed the building itself to have lost its original function. It was a rare piece of art that survived the civil war in Angola, and most importantly, the building was valued and loved by the local government, and it was developed as a museum with historical and military subjects. The museum is located on the hill facing the sea and has a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean, while the building itself is a great sailing style, so the imperial style of the past is deposited on every corner. The entrance to the museum from the fortress gate has an explanation by an employee (a small soldier) first of all by an Angolan military figure, through the gate there are military vehicles and planes that were used in the war and many Portuguese who were associated with Angola during the sailing era Statue. There are several exhibition halls in the square, including the Angolan History Exhibition Hall, which displays many written descriptions, pictures and objects from the ancient kingdoms to the colonial era, while another exhibit shows a complete history of the Angolan civil war (cause, process and outcome) in detail. This is a rare well preserved and informative museum in the area, very helpful in understanding Angolan history and military affairs and is recommended for a visit.
The Central Arms Museum in Luanda, Angola, was originally a castle in Luanda, built on the coast, a typical defensive fortress with Middle Eastern colors. On the terrace of the tower, there are many 18th century artillery, and the museum has many ancient and modern weaponry displays, which military enthusiasts can visit.
That's what grandpa mao said in the revolution. That's right. The power in the barrel of a gun can only be won by a strong force and a peaceful people's heart.