National Bank of Angola opens currency museum

Luanda Bay: National Bank of Angola museum sees success in its first week of opening

The National Bank of Angola has opened a currency museum, receiving some 2,000 visitors in its first few days, the bank announced on May 10.

Opened by Angolan president Jose Eduardo dos Santos on May 6, the museum is partly housed underground and is located very close to the central bank on Fevereiro Avenue in Luanda Bay.

In the permanent exhibition hall, the display recalls the history of Angola's currency, from a time when Nzimbu, a type of sea shell, was used as a means of payment right up

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