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Mbanza-Ngungu, formerly known as Thysville, named after Albert Thys, is a city in the western Democratic Republic of Congo, lying on the Matadi-Kinshasa Railway. It has a population of nearly 100,000 people.

Formerly known as a resort town, it is home to some caves, known for their blind, colourless fish. It is home to a major garrison, its other main industry being railway engineering.

Coordinates: 5°15′S 14°52′Ede:Mbanza-Ngungu fr:Mbanza-Ngungu kg:Mbanza-Ngungu


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