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Lu(u)nda or Ruund may refer to: Lunda (Asia Minor), an Ancient Roman city and present Catholic titular see. Lunda, Färingsö parish, a locality in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. Lunda, Ohio, an unincorporated community in Libery Township, Union County, Ohio, United States. Lunda Sharif, a town in Dera Ismail Khan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Kingdom of Lunda, a pre-colonial African confederation of states in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola and Zambia.
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The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Lunda Sul and Zaire is 926 km 575 miles. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Lunda Sul to Zaire, It takes . 3 hours to arrive. Lunda Sul. Lunda Sul is located in Angola. GPS Coordinates (DMS). 10° 17´ 1. 760'' S 20° 42´ 4. 000'' E.
Vincent de Paul Lunda Bululu (born 15 October 1942) is a Congolese former politician. He served as the Prime Minister of Zaire from 5 July 1990 to 1 April 1991. He previously served as First State Commissioner of Zaire from 4 May 1990 to 5 July 1990 Lunda Bululu.
|A1||Tshisaasj, sanza type|
|A2||Dibung, sanza type|
|A4||Mpwit, friction drum|
|A6||Orchestra of the Mwant Yaav's court|
|A7||Orchestra of the Mwant Yaav's court|
|B1||Ubwang, ceremony for twins|
|B2||Atulemb, songs of the sorcerers|
|B3||Mwingonyi, warriors' songs|
|B4||Kananda, dance by young men|
|B5||Wandumb, dance by women|
|B6||Katamba, dance by women|
- Recorded By, Liner Notes – Jos Gansemans
NotesField recordings made in Zaïre by Jos Gansemans in 1972.
Released in collaboration with national Belgian Radio and Television Broadcasting Company (Belgische Radio en Televisie - BRT)
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