|• Land||4,638 km2 (1,791 sq mi)|
|Elevation||0 m (0 ft)|
|• Density||5.5/km2 (14/sq mi)|
|Novo Redondo Lighthouse|
|Constructed||1889 (first) |
|Construction||masonry tower (current) |
|Height||15 metres (49 ft) (current)|
7 metres (23 ft) (first)
|Shape||cylindrical truncated tower with lantern (current)|
cylindrical post atop a 1-storey house (first)
|Markings||white and red horizontal band (current)|
black post (first) 
|Power source||solar power|
|Operator||Instituto Marítimo e Portuário de Angola|
|First lit||1970s (current) |
|Focal height||34 metres (112 ft)|
|Range||8 nmi (15 km; 9.2 mi)|
|Characteristic||Fl W 3s|
The city has a dry tropical climate. The hottest temperatures are from January to April, and the coldest months are July and August.
Air transportation is serviced by Angola Air Services, SAL, and Inter Transit.
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