|Country||Republic of the Congo|
|Elevation||1,161 ft (354 m)|
Bomassa is a town in the northern Republic of Congo, lying on the Sanga River and the border with the Central African Republic. It is known for its local rainforests, home to a wide variety of large mammals. There have been repeated calls for its immediate area to be designated a national park.
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