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Congo-Kinshasa

by DAVE HINNEH

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By: Dave Hinneh
Congo-Kinshasa
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Land
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Climate
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Congo-Kinshasa has tropical rain forests in the central and western regions, grasslands in the north and south, and mountains in the east.
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There are four seasons in Congo-Kinshasa,and they are the short and long rainy season then the short and long dry season.
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History
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Famous People
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Many people colonized Congo-Kinshasa including Belgium by the time of 2/5/1885 and Congo-Kinshasa got its independence in 6/30/1960.
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Patrice Lumumba is a famous person in Congo-Kinshasa helping Congo-Kinshasa gain their independence. 
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Population
Language
Their population is near 105,044,646 million and with more than 200 ethnic groups the group that makes up most of that are the Bantu people.
The official language of Congo-Kinshasa is French and you say hello and thank you by saying bonjour and merci.
Religion
General Attitudes
The dominant Religion in Congo-kinshasa is christianity which more than 90 percent of their population believes in.
Congolese tend to be polite and friendly
Greetings
Gestures
Congolese usually shake hands, smile, or use words.
They use their left hand to clean themselves and their right, or both hands to pass things.

Visiting
Eating
To be able to visit someone and enter the home you must have a strong relationship with them and must set up an arrangement.
They use the  fork in the left hand and the knife in their right hand with no spoon and when they're eating meat the oldest has to share it with right or both hands.
Housing
Dating and Marriage
A typical rural house is a one-room hut mud-brick. Near it there's a garden which may have cassava trees, banana trees, and other crops.

In the urban areas more than eight or so people share the house. Electricity is rare with 47 percent of the urban residents having access to it.
In rurals palaces teenagers meet at dances, school, or any other public places. Urban areas opportunities for young people to meet could include concerts, parties, political events, church services, and choirs.

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