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Zaire

Natural and Historical Points

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Zaire province has a rich cultural and historical collection:

 

Kulumbimbi Museum

It was former home of the King in Mbanza Congo.

 

Yala Nkuw

It is the only copy in Africa and was the place where King of Congo ran the sentences.

 

Cathedral Ruins

It is the first church of Angola. It was built in Mbanza Congo, in 1491. It was visited by the pope John Paul the Second, at his stay in the country.

 

Port Rico and Port of Pinda

It served as port of export of slaves.

 

Stone Monument Tip

It is the first port that served the Portuguese in 1482 for the discovery of Angola by Diogo Cão. In the municipality of Soyo.

 

Sorcery Stone

It is located in Soyo.

 

Mussera Bay

It is situated in Nzeto municipality 56 km from the capital.

  

Zau Evua Caves

It is 80 km from the town of Mbanza Congo.

 

The mouth of the River Congo

The meeting of the River with the sea causes a noisy show of rare beauty.

 

Pululu Channel

It is located in the city of Soyo, Kwanda ideal tour to admire the landscape of motorized canoe.

  

Kimbumba Channel

It is located two kilometers east of the town of Soyo.

 

Beach of the Poor

Bath Beach, located in a prime area of the city of Soyo, the left margin of the Zaire River.

 

Mbdrige River falls

It is located in the city of Cuimba. It has Magnificent Panorama and choppy waters for canoeing and rafting.

 

Did you know that there is in the Centre of Mbanza Congo a leafy tree-Yala Kkuw which according to local legend bleeds in honor of those who sit under his shade! We often see the natives with a jocular air, looking for visitors to the province that sometimes spend the whole day underneath it the hopes of "miracle".