The Suza is a waterfall of the Suza River, also known as Susa River, which flows from the Bisoke volcano on the Rwandan side. It is situated within the Rwandan Volcanoes National Park, which is well known as a haven for the mountain gorillas. The Susa Gorilla family is named after the Susa or Suza River. This family of mountain Gorillas were made famous by Dain Fossey, who studied the Susa group.
The Bisoke Volcano, also known as Visoke, is part of the Virunga volcanic complex. Its summit marks the Rwanda-Uganda border. It forms with the volcanoes Karisimbi (4'507 m), Mikeno (4'437 m), Muhabura (4'127 m), Sabinyo (3'645 m), Gahinga (3'474 m), Nyiragonga (3'470 m) and Nyamuragira the Virunga Mountains.
Belgian Congo 1938, waterfall of the Suza River.
The stamp is existing surcharged 5C as well.
The stamp was issued again (03.10.1938) in a souvenirsheet (blue/brown)
Belgian Congo 1938,