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La RDC mon pays et ses ressources.

La République Démocratique du Congo mon pays est un grand pays avec une superficie de 2 345 000 kilomètres carré. Ce vaste pays contient d'énormes richesses cachées et différentes potentialités qui sont un peut rares dans plusieurs pays du monde. Comme par exemple nous avons la forêt Équatoriale qui est la deuxième du monde après l'Amazonie de l’Amérique. Cette forêt contribue pour le moment à l'aire potable de respiration au niveau mondial. En RDC on y trouves aussi des animaux qui sont rares dans le monde comme le paon congolais, l'okapi, on y trouve le lac parmi les plus profonds du monde comme le lac Tanganyika avec une profondeur de 706 mètres. La RDC contient aussi des matières premières qui servent pour le moment dans la fabrication de plusieurs appareils au niveau mondial, surtout les appareil de télécommunication. Nous avons du mal détailler toute la beauté de la RDC car elle est énorme. Bref, ce pays regorge plusieurs ressources dont la grande partie est inexploitée. C'est un pays où il est beau de vivre avec un climat perméable où tout le monde s'adapte facilement. C'est vraiment un pays touristique. Découvrez la beauté de la RDC par ces petites images.

English translation by community member heidigjr

My country, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is a large country with an area of 2,345,000 square kilometers. This vast country contains enormous hidden wealth and differing potential that is a tad rare to find in many countries of the world. For example, we have the Congo Rainforest, which is the world's second largest, after the Amazon of the Americas. This forest contributes to breathable air on a global scale. In the DRC, one can find rare animals such as the Congo Peacock and the okapi, as well as Lake Tanganyika, which is, at a depth of 706 meters, among the deepest in the world. The DRC also contains raw materials that are currently used to manufacture multiple appliances, especially telecommunications devices, throughout the world. We have trouble detailing all of the DRC's beauty because she is enormous. In short, this country is full of many resources, of which a large part remains untouched. It is a beautiful country to live in, with a permeable climate where everyone adapts easily. It is really a country for tourists. Discover the beauty of the DRC through these images.

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heidigjr's picture

Joli photos!!

J'aime bien vos photos de la nature en Congo ; ces sont vraiment jolis ! Avez-vous pris ces images? Vous vous intéressez en la photographie?

byamungu bahati pascal's picture

Merci

J'ai pris 10 photos personnellement parmis cette liste. Oui j'aime beaucoup la photographie et je m'y interresse. Parmis ces photos il ya celles qui ont été prises dans la forêt d'Itombwe qui est une resrve au sud Kivu (ma province).

Pascal BYAMUNGU

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Translation

My country, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is a large country with an area of 2,345,000 square kilometers. This vast country contains enormous hidden wealth and differing potential that is a tad rare to find in many countries of the world. For example, we have the Congo Rainforest, which is the world's second largest, after the Amazon of the Americas. This forest contributes to breathable air on a global scale. In the DRC, one can find rare animals such as the Congo Peacock and the okapi, as well as Lake Tanganyika, which is, at a depth of 706 meters, among the deepest in the world. The DRC also contains raw materials that are currently used to manufacture multiple appliances, especially telecommunications devices, throughout the world. We have trouble detailing all of the DRC's beauty because she is enormous. In short, this country is full of many resources, of which a large part remains untouched. It is a beautiful country to live in, with a permeable climate where everyone adapts easily. It is really a country for tourists. Discover the beauty of the DRC through these images.

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