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This site of the April 1994 massacre has been declared a genocide memorial. It remains a solemn tribute to those who were slain, the bones and belongings of the dead still lying among the aisles and the altar.
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My wife and I specifically sought out this memorial to tour as it was a location where 11,000 people were executed. It is well preserved and the information provided by the staff is very sobering. Lots of lessons to be learned here and a must...More
This memorial is difficult to take in as almost everything has been kept the way it was. You can see the damage the granades have done to the buildings, the victim's remains, blood stained clothing and blood on the walls.
However, it is so important...More
Out of the way a bit and quiet.There was a woman telling us about the history of what happened there[daughter was there in the past and she remembers being told a lot more information than was told to us the day we went]Interesting to see.
Couldn’t hold back my tears while visiting this place. I thought I had seen it all after visiting Kigali Genocide Memorial, but that’s was before coming to place afterwards. Horror is still marked on those walls, showing to visitors the heartbreaking tragedy of Rwandan genocide....More
Out of respect for the victims and to help to remember what happened a friendly place one should visit.I had a friendly young guide to show me as a single visitor around. His biggest concern was to show proof against the genocidedenials.
I did not know what to expect when arriving. I had previously just visited a few other memorial churches. At the time of visiting many of the remains were still being organized. The people we met at the church gave us a ton of information...More