Located in the city of Dundo, Lunda Norte province, the Dundo Regional Museum preserves the tradition and customs of the Lunda Côkwe people.
Over 80 years old, the museum has a collection of about 9,000 ethnographic pieces and 14,000 pieces of natural history - 821 of which are on display. The pieces tell how the history of the province has developed over time.
Costumes and masks used and rituals, ceremonies or festivals, and instruments that were part of Lunda Norte's culture are some of the objects you can see in this museum.
Among the pieces on display are the statue of Samanhoga, the masks Mwana Phowo, Mukishi wa Mwanangana and the musical instruments Ngoma and Puita.