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Brazzaville’s Waterfalls

Brazzaville’s Waterfalls Loufoulakari and Bela Falls are beautiful waterfalls located not far from Brazzaville. They are famous for being the most impressive waterfalls of country and offer a very beautiful view of the Congolese rain forest.

Gallery Museum of the Congo Basin

Gallery Museum of the Congo Basin Founded in 2008 by the Dépêches de Brazzaville (first press group of Central Africa), the Congo Basin Gallery Museum is a medium for creation and expression open to the past and present world. Masks, statues, lances and knives, coins and clothing (touching testimonies of culture, beliefs and ancestral rites) lie side by side with masterpieces of the famous Poto-Poto School of Painting, models, drawings and frames of Marcel Gotène, Rémy mongo Etsion.


Basilica of St. Anne A fabulous example of religious architecture which represents one of the most important religious monuments of Central Africa by presenting a combination of traditional techniques and innovations in Europe, a union that has made the basilica formidable work. Covered with green tiles, the basilica was built in 1946, whose construction works, however, were interrupted in 1951, and owes its construction to the idea of the bishop of Brazzaville, Biéchy Paul, who sees the need to build a place of worship bringing together Christians of the two districts of the capital, and today it is a destination not to be missed for those who go on holiday in Brazzaville.

Congo Arts Gallery

The Galerie Konongo Specialised in wood carving, the Galerie Konongo operates a workshop managed by one of Congo’s first carvers, the artists Konongo supported by his sons involved in the same trade. Founded in 1960, the Galerie Konongo has been greatly transformed both in the progress it has made so far and in the quality of its work of art, lending it a high artistic dimension. The “Konongo” carvings are the symbol of a tradition and genius handed over from generation to generation; it is quality trade mark. Like every creative work, carvings bearing the “Konongo” label have been selling abroad for over three decades and have also gone round the world. The gallery is one of its kind by virtue of its works of art and the traditional and contemporary carvings crafted with artistic finesse. The beauty of its exhibitions is a source of attraction for thousands of admirers.

Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza Mausoleum

Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza Mausoleum since 2006, the Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza mausoleum has been one of the most visited touristic attractions for those interested in understanding the history of the Republic of Congo. The mausoleum is home to the remains of Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, the Italian-French explorer after whose name the city of Brazzaville was named and who was known for his easy manners, physical charm, cultural sensitivity and pacific approach towards the Congolese population. The memorial embarks its visitor on an adventure to every stage of Savorgnan de Brazza’s exploration of Congo through pictures, artifacts, paintings and sculptures.