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  • The Livingstone Falls – taking its name after its discoverer David Livingstone

    2. April 2010

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    The Livingstone Falls – taking its name after its discoverer David Livingstone
    Livingstone Falls, which was named after the voyager David Livingstone, are a sequence of massive quick’s on the inferior route of the River Congo flowing in the western equatorial region of Africa, downstream as of Malebo Pool within the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Livingstone Falls: History Despite the fact that he discovered the higher Congo, David Livingstone by no means passed through to this particular part of this river, the Livingstone falls were even than named as to honor through Henry Morton Stanley. From the time when it was been discovered, the Livingstone falls are a blockade to navigation on the inferior part of this river, the Railway of Matadi-Kinshasa was created as to by-pass the falls. On a voyage acknowledged as 'Africa-Raft', an explorer Philippe de  [...]

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