Democratic Republic of the Congo 1 Franc 1997 1 centime banknote back (2), featuring Nyiragongo volcano and arabic coffee

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 1997

Congo 1 Centime Banknote, Year 1997 – Face and Back
Congo 1 Centime Banknote, Year 1997 back, featuring Nyiragongo volcano and arabic coffee
Congo banknote, 1997, back, 1 centime
Congo 1 Centime Banknote, Year 1997 front, featuring coffee harvesters

Congo banknote, 1997, front, 1 centime. The coffee harvesters are featured on the front of this banknote from the Congo.
democratic republic of congo 20 francs banknote back, year 2003, featuring lioness and 2 cubs

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 20 Francs – Year 2003

The Democratic Republic of the Congo 20 Francs Year 2003 Banknote – Front and Back
Democratic republic of the Congo 20 francs banknote 2003 front featuring male lion
Central African Republic

The majestic profile announces the featured subject of our banknote, The Lion Family.

Kundelungu is a National park of the Democratic Republic of the Congo established in 1970.

Democratic republic of the Congo 20 francs banknote 2003 front featuring lioness with 2 cubs
Central African Republic

Kundelungu National Park is mentioned on the face of our banknote, captioned beneath the lioness and her cubs.  Kundelungu National Park was constituted in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in the southeastern sector, near to southern border with Zambia.

The Congo Lion has been proposed as a lion subspecies, but is not so accepted at this time.  Lions range in DR Congo, Uganda and Burundi, and the region is considered a potential stronghold for lions if the poaching can be stopped.  Presently, lion populations are considered stable in only a few remaining reagions in Botswana and Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.  Lions are suffering from poaching and diminishing habitat.