About Cabo Verde
Cabo Verde, also known in the Anglosphere as Cape Verde, is an African country that is made up of 10 islands in the Atlantic Ocean. It is off of the northwestern portion of the continent. There are many things that make these islands unique, from their volcanic origins to their relatively low population (it's the third least populated country in Africa). The island has been shaped by its history as a Portuguese colony, just like its nearby neighbors of Azores and Madeira, although unlike these islands Cabo Verde is now an independent country.