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Congo River

Congo River is the largest river in the Western Central Africa but is the second longest in Africa. It is about 4, 374 in length and average discharge of 41 800 m3/s. Its width depends on the location and time of the year but ranges from 0.8 to 16 km. These river outflow the Atlantic Ocean. It flows through the following drainage basins, "The Democratic Republic of Congo, the People's Republic of the Congo, the Central Africa Republic and partially through Zambia, Angola, Cameron and Tanzania". . Congo River discharges about 34 litres of water per second into the sea. The Congo River has four sections: the headwaters, Upper Congo, the Middle Congo and the Lower Congo.

Image 1 was captured in the North direction using 2D and the co-ordination are 4'08'33.61˚ S and 20'49'47.81˚ E.

Image 2 was captured in the North direction, by using 2D and the co-ordination are 4'05'55.03˚ S and 20'47'08.62˚ E.

Image 3 was captured in the North direction, by using 3D and the co-ordination are 4'05'58.21˚ S and 20'46'51.44˚ E.

Image 4 was captured in the North direction using 3D and the co-ordination are 4'05'18.35˚ S and 20'47'02.05˚ E.