Congo River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Congo River (also known as the Zaire River ; French: (le) fleuve Congo / Zaïre ; Portuguese: rio Congo / Zaire) is a river in Africa and the world's deepest ...
The Congo River - Social Studies for Kids
The Congo is the world's eighth-longest river at 2,914 miles long. It begins at the junction of the Lualaba and Luvua rivers, in the Altai Mountains, and flows ...
Congo River | river, Africa | Britannica.com
Congo River, formerly Zaire River, Congo Basin Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. river in west-central Africa. With a length of 2,900 miles (4,700 km), it is the ...
Congo River - Depth of the Congo River - Congo River Facts
Congo River. Learn how the amazing depth of the Congo River affects the area through which it flows and other fascinating facts about the world's deepest river.
Zaire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zaire officially the Republic of Zaire was the name of a Central African state, now known as the Democratic Republic of the Congo, between 1971 and 1997. The state's ...
River Congo | Article about River Congo by The Free Dictionary
Congo, river, Africa Congo (kŏng`gō) or Zaïre (zī`ēr, zäēr`), great river of equatorial Africa, c.2,720 mi (4,380 km) long, formed by the waters of the Lualaba ...
Congo river | Define Congo river at Dictionary.com
Also called Zaire. a river in central Africa, flowing in a great loop from SE Democratic Republic of the Congo to the Atlantic. About 3000 miles (4800 km) long.
The Congo Rainforest - Mongabay.com
The Congo rainforest is known for its high levels of biodiversity, including more than 600 tree species and 10,000 animal species. Some of its most famous residents ...
Congo Map / Geography of Congo / Map of Congo - Worldatlas.com
Printable map of Congo and info and links to Congo facts, famous natives, landforms, latitude, longitude, maps, symbols, timeline and weather - by worldatlas.com
Congo Free State - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Congo Free State (French: État indépendant du Congo) was a large area in Central Africa that was privately controlled by Leopold II of Belgium.