Boma is a port town in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and located on the Congo River. It was previously the capital of the Congo Free State from 1886–1926 when it moved to Léopoldville (present-day Kinshasa). It was initially established as part of the slave trade, particularly for the Dutch, though the British, French, and Portuguese were also established in the area.


Latitude: -5.850159767922
Longitude: 13.049912452698