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I went to the memorial because as an ex-UN employee the events of September 1961 have always fascinated me. The site is simple and unpretentious - which befits the nature of the tragedy and of Hammarskjold himself. The normalcy and quiet of the site add...More
The sevice to the public is excellent. The explanation about the history of Dag Hammarskjoeld well told. The display of information about his death and what transpired well told and is detailed. Customer service to the public very good and friendly.
The memorial itself is similar as those found everywhere. However if you are prepared to spend some time reading the boards set out in the room, the history of the Congo conflict, the crash and the Secretary General for the U.N. are detailed quite nicely.
We went to leave after driving in and seeing the US $15 pp entry. Everything was negotiable and ended up paying $5 for ghe visit.
The anthill where the plane crashed has a lookout built up the top. The is a circular garden and it...More
Nice to visit but not much to see.Main part is a room with the story written on the wall which can be found on wikipedia as well. Good maintaibed area and road was new at the time we went there. For tourist they charge 15$...More