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Loketo from Zaire (DRC) at the Equator Club Philadelphia Nneoma from Nigeria & Suzanne from Ethiopia April 1 1993 002

Loketo from Zaire (DRC) at the Equator Club Philadelphia April 1 1993




Loketo from Zaire (DRC) at the Equator Club Philadelphia Nneoma from Nigeria and Suzanne from Ethiopia April 1 1993 004

Suzanne from Ethiopia Equator Club Philadelphia 1994
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Loketo from Zaire (DRC) at the Equator Club Philadelphia April 1 1993




Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002 033

Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002




Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002 016

Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002




Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002 013

Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002




Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002 018

Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002




Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002 008

Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC Guys at the Africa Centre London African Lady Dancer Aug 2002




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Driving through the Congo is an experience unto itself. Even if you've been to Africa before, it can at times be a bit surprising. As with many places in Africa, you can be overwhelmed with the friendliness and interest the locals will have towards you. Of course, this is the Congo so the security situation is generally pretty fluid and you'd be wise to mind your surroundings. Not to worry though, Virunga will provide you with a ranger to accompany you throughout the park for added security.

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Festivities to celebrate the independence of the Congo, June 30, 1960 at Ikela in Central Congo. The Belgian Congo became the Republic of the Congo, later Zaire, and now Democratic Republic of the Congo. Men playing slit drum (idiophone drum).
Festiivités pour célébrer l´indépendance du Congo le 30 juin 1960 à Ikela au Congo Central. Le Congo Belge devint la République du Congo, ensuite Zaire, et maintenant République Démocratique du Congo. Hommes jouant du tambour à fente (idiophone).




Cable tool drilling in Equateur Province, Zaïre

Credit: Jacob Burke.




Malachite (Zaire)

Botryoidal malachite from Zaire.

A mineral is a naturally-occurring, solid, inorganic, crystalline substance having a fairly definite chemical composition and having fairly definite physical properties. At its simplest, a mineral is a naturally-occurring solid chemical. Currently, there are over 5400 named and described minerals - about 200 of them are common and about 20 of them are very common. Mineral classification is based on anion chemistry. Major categories of minerals are: elements, sulfides, oxides, halides, carbonates, sulfates, phosphates, and silicates.

The carbonate minerals all contain one or more carbonate (CO3-2) anions.

Malachite is a green copper hydroxy-carbonate mineral, Cu2CO3(OH)2. The green coloration is from Cu+2. Malachite usually occurs with azurite, an intensely blue-colored copper hydroxy-carbonate. These two minerals are telling indicators of copper in the field, even in very small quantities. Blue azurite tends to crystallize first, and can convert to green malachite.

Locality: unrecorded/undisclosed site in Zaire (“D.R. Congo”)
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ZAIRE - AUGUST 01: John-Paul II in Zaire in August, 1985. (Photo by Francois LOCHON/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)




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ZAIRE - AUGUST 01: John-Paul II in Zaire in August, 1985. (Photo by Francois LOCHON/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)




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Festivities to celebrate the independence of the Congo, June 30, 1960 at Ikela in Central Congo. The Belgian Congo became the Republic of the Congo, later Zaire, and now Democratic Republic of the Congo. Men playing slit drum (idiophone drum).
Festiivités pour célébrer l´indépendance du Congo le 30 juin 1960 à Ikela au Congo Central. Le Congo Belge devint la République du Congo, ensuite Zaire, et maintenant République Démocratique du Congo. Hommes jouant du tambour à fente (idiophone).




Spring box Equateur Province, Zaïre

Credit: Jacob Burke.




Ba Pende Doll with Raffia Costume Minganji African - Zaire

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Ba Pende Doll with Raffia Costume Minganji African - Zaire




Ba Pende Doll with Raffia Costume Minganji African - Zaire

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Ba Pende Doll with Raffia Costume Minganji African - Zaire





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