Brazzaville City Tours in Republic of Congo

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Brazzaville City Tours in Republic of Congo

Brazzaville City Tours in Republic of Congo

Brazzaville was founded in 1880, on the site of a village named Nkuna by the Italian-born French explorer, Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, after whom the city was named. The city is the financial and administrative capital of the republic, and it is home to 40 percent of the country’s non-agricultural employment. The capital city of the Republic of Congo is located on the Congo River, opposite Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Just outside the city is the Congo Rapids.

Which places to visit?

The cylindrical Nabemba Tower: The cylindrical Nabemba Tower overlooks the river in the city center and it’s the tallest skyscraper in the Republic of Congo.

The marble Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza Memorial: The marble Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza Memorial contains the remains of the city’s founder and it’s one of the best historical sites to visit while on a tour of Brazzaville.

Modernist Basilique Sainte-Anne: Modernist Basilique Sainte-Anne is a monumental catholic church in the Republic of Congo built by the French after the world war and it’s a top place to visit.

Congo River in Brazzaville: Brazzaville is situated on the north bank of the Congo River below Malebo (Stanley) Pool, across from Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and you can visit the Riverbanks for great Food and drinks.

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Lesio Louna Gorilla reserve: The Lesio-Louna Reserve is found in the Republic of the Congo. It was established on 28 December 1993. This site is 440.00 km². Lesio Louna Reserve is located north of Brazzaville and is dedicated to the protection of Gorillas. By presidential decree in 1999, it received the status of a natural reserve.

Lake Tele: Lake Tele was formed in Pliocene alluvial sediments by an unknown geological process. It is elliptical, almost round, in shape, and is surrounded by the Likouala-aux-Herbes swamp forests which are gradually covering it.

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