Holidays & Observances in The Republic of the Congo (aka Kinshasa)
The Republic of the Congo (aka Kinshasa) is a country located in Southwest Africa. There are many different Congolese tribes, but the most prominent is the Bakongo tribe. Christianity is practiced by about half of the people, though it is often mixed with indigenous beliefs and almost 50% of the Congolese people practice indigenous beliefs alone. Official and Christian holidays are celebrated, but are generally not very enthusiastic. Many of the tribes most likely have their own celebrations to go along with their customs and religious beliefs.
|Holiday Date||Country Holiday||Common Observance||Observance Type||Religion/Belief|
|National Tree Planting Day - Congo (Rep)||Arbor Day / Plant a Tree Day||Noteworthy & Common|
|Christmas Eve||Christmas||Religious/Beliefs, Popular & Widely Observed||Christianity|
|Christmas||Christmas||Public, Religious/Beliefs, Popular & Widely Observed||Christianity|
|Easter||Easter||Religious/Beliefs, Popular & Widely Observed||Christianity|
|Easter Monday||Easter Monday||Religious/Beliefs||Christianity|