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Cape Verde By Zhingoora Books
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The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
Travel Journal Cape Verde By E Locken
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Travel Journal Cape Verde - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Cape Verde, includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Cape Verde A "Spy" Guide By IBPUSA
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National security,army,foreign and domestic politics,conflicts,relations with the US,international activity,economy,technology,mineral resources,culture,traditions,government and bus contacts
Cape Verde Diplomatic Handbook By IBPUSA
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Ultimate information on political, government, foreign relations, international economic and diplomatic activity information on the country
Cape Verde Diplomatic Handbook By IBPUSA
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Cape Verde Political Environment, and Governance By Eric Campbell
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Cape Verde Political Environment and Governance. Creole Language insight and Symbolism. Understand the Creole inside out, and its environment. Faced with a lack of natural resources Cape Verde has... More > made good governance one of its most marketable products. Running parallel to the institutionalization of democratic politics there has been an overhaul and growing sophistication in public administration, though certain weaknesses persist. This report argues that it is reform and improvement in this area in particular that has enabled this small island state to punch above its weight and achieve remarkable social, economic and political results. But will the successful formula of the past decade prove sufficient for the future? Poverty and unemployment have by no means been conquered. . Much of the economic growth has been based in the tourist sector and the government is well aware of the dangers of overreliance on a single industry< Less
Cape Verde Directory & Tourist Guide By John Vollands
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Suitable for people traveling to Sal island, Cape Verde for a holiday, or to buy a property, or for CV business start-up and investment. Crammed with trusty information and advice from real traveler... More > feedback on the best tourist, investment and business facilities on Sal Island: Find the best places to eat, sleep and play. Discover what’s on and what’s the best of Sal island. This ‘essential’ visitors guide, provides you with everything you need to know to ‘get more from your holiday’. Sections on excursions, evening entertainment, restaurants & bars, local services, real estate and business. Plus lots of discounts, deals and freebies. You are buying a 56 page full colour A6 Booklet. That also entitles you to lots of discounts, deals and freebies. This is an investment not a purchase! Professionally printed full colour version also available, that offers even more savings. Email John@CaboVerde1.com< Less
Cape Verde Islands: Historical Visits By Andreas Heuijerjans
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When I visited Santiago the first time in 2002, I had already read some travel guides and was interested to see all the beautiful places. After I did see many of these places and met many of its... More > people, I became more and more interested in Cape Verde's special history. The Portuguese discovered the islands in 1460 and they were almost immediately colonized. From then on a particular mixing of people from West-Africa and Europe were the continuous ingredients of Cape Verde's culture. My personal interest is in re-experiencing the historical development of Cape Verde's culture. A fine way for me to do this, is by reading primary accounts, accounts of people who tell directly from their own experiences. I would like to share with you a dozen of these accounts of famous and unknown travelers to the Cape Verde Islands, which stretch out over the period from 1498 to 1855. 2nd Ed: added journey by Jean Francois Michel (Dutch text). 3rd Ed: added text by Major A.B. Ellis of the 1st West India Regiment.< Less
Cape Verde Islands: Historical Visits By Andreas Heuijerjans
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When I visited Santiago the first time in 2002, I had already read some travel guides and was interested to see all the beautiful places. After I did see many of these places and met many of its... More > people, I became more and more interested in Cape Verde's special history. The Portuguese discovered the islands in 1460 and they were almost immediately colonized. From then on a particular mixing of people from West-Africa and Europe were the continuous ingredients of Cape Verde's culture. My personal interest is in reading and collecting primary accounts, accounts of people who tell directly from their own experiences. I would like to share with you a dozen of these accounts of famous and unknown travelers to the Cape Verde Islands, which stretch out over the period from 1498 to 1855. 2nd Ed: added journey by Jean Francois Michel (Dutch text). 3rd Ed: added text by Major A.B. Ellis of the 1st West India Regiment. 4th Ed: added journey by Georg Naporra (Dutch text).< Less
Cape Verde Islands: Jesuit Documents By Avelino Teixeira da Mota & Paul E.H. Hair
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As part of a projected series of edited early Portuguese texts on Guinea, in the early 1960s the late Vice-Admiral Avelino Teixeira da Mota began to assemble, partly from archives, documents for a... More > volume he intended to call 'Jesuit Reports'. As it happened, many of the documents, especially those from Jesuit sources, were published in 1968 by another Portuguese scholar, the late P. António Brásio. But Teixeira da Mota did not abandon his project, partly because he considered that Brásio did not always take account of all copies of a document and all variant readings, and partly because Brásio was unable to accompany the documents with informed Africanist annotation. In the 1970s Teixeira da Mota sent me his own collection of documents to translate into English - and also so that I could ultimately contribute part of their annotation. My translations were completed just before Teixeira da Mota died in 1982. Not all of the documents were written by the Jesuits themselves, but most were. - P.E.H. Hair< Less

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