About Bacongo, Democratic republic of the Congo
Bacongo is one of Brazzaville’s oldest districts, it is made up of old Bakongo and newer communities like Mpissa. Highlights of the french colonial era can still be felt in the district as most of its streets are named after French men. The district is served by a one way bus line from Rond-Point-Makélékélé. Bacongo is home to the total market, the largest in the city and the Commission's Market.
Attractions in Bacongo
Some of the major attractions around Bacongo are the "Case de Gaulle", it was the residence of French President Charles de Gaulle during World War II, it presently serves as the residence of the Ambassador of France in Congo, the churches St. Peter Claver and Our Lady of the Rosary are Franco-Congolese architectural masterpieces.
Hotels in Bacongo
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