Seeing this wonderful and inspirational sculpture is both moving and humbling. In one way it is good that it is on a main road so everyone can be reminded of how terrible slavery was. Yet on the other hand, visitors cannot take a lot of...更多
About 3 miles east from Bridgetown, is this impressive Statue, that locals call Bussa Statue. Because that was the name of the slave, who helped inspire a revolt against slavery 200 years ago. However Statue was built not until 1985. Not that kind of location...更多
The Bussa statue is positioned well on this main roundabout, as a reminder of how terrible slavery was, is and the power of the human spirit. He organised a slave rebellion. Not overly easy to get to this site on foot, depending on the time...更多
While on a tour bus we got to see this statue as the bus went around the roundabout.
Our tour guide Shara W. gave us a narrative of its history. The significance is thought provoking and a reminder of how terrible slavery was. It's also...更多
A group of us were doing a tour of the island, and one of the stop-off points was at the Bussa statue. Our tour guide explained the the history of slavery that was prevalent in Barbados in the 17th & 18th century and how Bussa...更多
Hard to get a good look at this statue since it is in the middle of a rotary, but it is a reminder of a situation which should not have happened. It commemorates a slave revolt that led to end of slavery in Barbados.