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  1. CONGO By cameronpaulson

  2. Capital Kinshesa S 4.19 E 15.19Population 75,507,308

  3. Mount Nyamuragira - Nord-Kivu. Africa's most active volcano, 3,058 m high. Volcano has erupted 30 times since 1880 and produces major part of sulphur dioxide pollution of the world. Volcano has created lava fields. Intense eruption took place also in 2010 and damaged virgin rainforest. Mount Nyiragongo • - Nord-Kivu. One of the few volcanos in the world with nearly permanent lava lake in it, often the largest lava lake in the world. Height of the mountain - 3,470 m. Depth of lava lake has reached up to 600 m. Volcano is very active, with frequent eruptions. Eruptions produce very fluid lava of rare type. Speed of lava flows here can reach 100 km/h and the volcano is very steep. When the walls of volcano are fractured, lava flows can become very dangerous, as happened in January 1977 and January 2002. Geography

  4. Kiubo Falls and Kiubo Fairy Falls - Katanga. Beautiful falls with multiple tiers and cascades, formed on River Lufira. Approximately 270 m wide, height circa 60 m. Kiubo Fairy Falls are on a tributary with much less water volume and as a result have very unusual look - water has divided in countless small streams and pours down along an amphitheatre-formed cliff. Kakanda malachite caves • -Caves lined with highly unusual malachite stalactites. Found also unique malachite crystals up to 2 cm large. Geography

  5. Climograph HistoryLubaMaster worksmanIt was found in congo. The thrones are like elephant tusks, to show strength Weather Chart

  6. Economics Taxation One of the most consistently challenging aspects of contracting in Congo is complying with the country’s tax system. Whether you’re a contractor or a permanent employee, you have to pay tax on all of your earnings whilst you’re in the country. As well as paying tax in Congo, you might also still be eligible to pay some tax in your home country, and understanding the legislation behind this can be a challenge. Natural resources: Congo has petroleum, timber, lead, zinc, copper, gold, and natural gas Trade Partners Congo’s trade partners are China, France, Australia, Spian, and Netherlands

  7. om/CongoDR.h SITES http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratic_Republic_of_the_CongoSITES http://www.giz.de/Themen/en/30774.htm http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/20078560?uid=2129&uid=3739400&uid=2&uid=3737720&uid=70&uid=4&sid=21102701420191 http://world-leaders.findthedata.org/q/92/2205/What-type-of-government-does-Congo-have http://www.wondermondo.com/CongoDR.htm