Kigali
Kigali
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Things To Do in Kigali

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Museum
E35***81It is an amazing place for soul searching and sobber reflection... Well organized and put together history
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M28***59Landmark building, not big but very compact and worth visiting!
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Museum
139***60I think Rwanda is still a very underdeveloped country. There are a few paintings in this art center, and I feel pretty good. Both depict various animals on the African savannah. Zebras, wildebeests, and antelopes are all alive.
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139***60Motor rentals in this area of Rwanda are divided into two camps, red and green, more green [smirk] red less [呲牙]. Almost all motor vehicles are second-hand Toyota. Airports, restaurants, large and small supermarkets...Public places are subject to security checks for people and cars, and the trunk and storage boxes in the car must be opened.
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Museum
Vanessa MengRwandan Art Museum It was converted from the former presidential palace and lived for two presidents. The Rwanda Hotel mentioned that the president who was bombed by the vice president on the plane was the last one to live here. Inside are more than one hundred artists' works of art on Rwanda's tortuous history and current development. Rwanda has experienced three massacres, most of which were caused by ethnic issues. Now Rwanda has only one ethnic group-Rwandans. She is surrounded by Congo, Uganda, Tanzania, and Burundi. These four countries are larger than her, and their product resources and geographical location are also better than her. And such a country that survives in the cracks has an inseparable relationship with its leader and the order of obedience of the people. I heard from friends that the current president first helped Uganda to become independent, and then brought his army back to Rwanda, where the civil strife was at the time, to quell the war. During this period, he fought two battles with Congo, which is hundreds of times bigger than her. The battlefields were all in Congo and both were victorious. I have to say that their army is really super powerful. Today, the presidents of four African countries still rely on the Rwandan army to protect their security. This should be the "mercenary" in the legend.
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