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TO GET THERE FROM KIGALI: I went to Nyabugogo Bus Station (on the corner of KN1 and Kigali-Gatuna Rd/RN3) and took a bus to Nyamata (RWF 600 - you can ask people there to be sure you're going to the correct destination, Rwandans are very kind and helpful). It was an one hour trip to get in the bus station... 更多
I am writing mainly to underscore what other reviewers have said about how challenging emotionally it can be to visit here. You will see the skulls of young children that have been pierced by machetes.... you will see the blood of babies who were smashed against the wall. I found it far more difficult than visiting Yad Vashem.... although the... 更多
There's no way to describe what happened here. You just have to go here, not only to see the horrors that happened but also to be amazed about the way this country and its people has risen from the ashes.
This is a sub-church of the Niyama church. During the same time, Tutsis sought refuge here and were also murdered by Hutu militias in brutal ways. The violence against women and the methods of killing children are horrifying and can be seen in the broken bones that remain. The government were able to purchase surrounding farmland in order to put... 更多
When we arrived, we were the only visitors. The woman working there took us around. There is no entry fee for the visit, but there is a donation box if you feel inclined to contribute. She was very knowledgeable and gave a great tour of the facilities. It took us around half an hour to see everything. It's still being... 更多
Learned a lot about the genocide of 1994 and how the country is healing and moving forward. I would definitely recommend that anyone traveling to Rwanda should visit this sight.
I have visited this memorial twice now and have appreciated the care and attention it receives in providing a place to remember. They are currently restoring much of the area as well as adding parking which will continue to improve on the site. It provides a powerful reminder of the tragedy of the Rwandan genocide. It is a must see... 更多
This experience was so very sad, but its a must see for all visitors to Rwanda. I learned a lot and got to hear first hand from survivors.
This is a site where 5,000 people were killed during the genocide. It is very powerful to walk on the same ground where people were murdered. The tour guide was excellent as she gave us a tour of all the buildings on the site. There are also beautiful gardens on the grounds. This is a must visit for anyone interested... 更多
A short drive out of Kigali, this site is a must do to fully appreciate how far Rwanda has come since the genocide. The site keeper takes you through a tour of the small church and surrounding buildings. It is confronting to listen to the sheer horror that happened here whilst looking at the disturbing 'evidence'. But as written in... 更多