It is located about five kilometers in the north of Cabinda and symbolizes the Treaty signed between Angola and Portugal on February 1, 1885. The treaty established that Cabinda would be under the protection of Portugal. The document also said that Portugal had to respect the costumes, traditions and lands of Cabinda.
The Simulambuco Treaty was signed by Guilherme Augustode Brito Capello - representative of the Portuguese government - and by the Cabinda princes.
As a symbolic form, a tree was planted in the place were the treaty was signed - which still stands. The landmark was later placed in place in 1956.
Colinas do Curoca