The history of the Institute of Fine Arts in Lubumbashi dates back to the year 1946 with Pierre Romain Defosses, official and painter of French nationality who gathered in the hangar workshop artists such as Bela, Pilipili and Mwenze...

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Formerly Leopold II Museum, the National Museum of Lubumbashi is now housed in a building designed by architect Claude Strebelle. It was created at the initiative of the Belgian professor Francis Cabu in 1946, who exhibited the results of...

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The University of Lubumbashi, also known by the acronym UNILU, is one of the largest universities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The university was created in 1955 under Belgian colonial rule as the Official University of the...

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The Halle de l’Etoile took over in 2004 from the French Cultural Center of Lubumbashi, inaugurated in 1967 and which had to close its doors after the looting of 1991. The Halle de l’Etoile belongs to the network of...

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The Galerie d’Art Contemporain Dialogues is a centre for exhibitions, concerts, projections and conferences located in the National Museum of Lubumbashi. It is managed by the ASBL Dialogues and funded by the Forrest International Group. The organisation’s main objective...

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The Maison Wallonie-Bruxelles is the permanent representation of French-speaking community of Belgium in Lubumbashi, inaugurated in 2013. The “maison” has a cultural, scientific and economic vocation and aims to intensify bilateral relations between Belgium and Congo, particularly in the...

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La Plage Complexe is a high end center with a large shopping center, apartments, restaurants and entertainment areas. Located in the most beautiful neighborhood of the city, with a view and access to the lake.

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