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AMBRIZ

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Originally appearing in Volume V01, Page 798 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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AMBRIZ, a West African seaport belonging to Portugal, at the mouth of the Loje River, in 7° 5o' S., 13° E., some 70 M. N. of Loanda. It forms a part of the province of Angola (q.v.). The town is within the free-trade area of the conventional basin of the Congo river. Its chief exports are rubber, gum, coffee and copper. Pop. about 2500. Ambriz was, previously to 1884, the northernmost point of Africa south of the equator acknowledged as Portuguese territory.
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