Fodor's Expert Review Museu Nacional de Antropologia
Since Angola gained its independence, leaders have worked to preserve and present its native culture. The Museum Nacional de Antropologia, established in 1976, highlights the country’s various peoples. The more than 6,000-piece collection showcases agriculture, pottery, musical instruments, religious objects, women’s rights memorabilia, and more. See the chairs of chiefs, a rustic furnace for melting iron, fishing baskets, and ceremonial garb.