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The Embassy Department of Social & Culture
Telephone +27 12 342 5507 Fax number +27 82 869 3300 Mail Office

960, Arcadia Street



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Congo as a whole is sparsely inhabited, with more than half of its population living in the cities. The most populous city is the capital, Brazzaville, which is located in the southeastern corner of the country and is a major inland port on the Congo River.


Congo is a tropical nation, which means it has a tropical climate. The wet season lasts from March to June and the dry season for the rest of the year. Temperature and humidity are high as in all tropical nations. The rivers of the country are flooded seasonally.


The terrain is a variation of coastal plains, mountainous regions, plateaus and fertile valleys. About 70 percent of the country's area is covered by rain forest. The highest point, at 1,020 m, is Mont Nabeba in the Mayumbe mountains. The major rivers are the Congo River at the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the Kouilou-Niari River. A 2014 expedition leaving from Itanga village discovered a peat bog "as big as England" which stretches into neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo.
UNESCO has declared two world biosphere reserves in the country: Odzala in 1977 and Dimonika in 1988



The Capital city population is estimated at 1.8 million
Languages French, Lingala, Kituba
Currency Franc CFA, code: XCFA Total area 263.9 km2 (101.9 sq mi) Coordinates 4°164S 15°1731E Link


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