Kigali is the first city you reach entering Rwanda. If you are curious about Rwanda and Kigali in particular, a trip around Kigali and the museums around it would be the way to go. Kigali holds the Gisozi Genocide Memorial which is a museum about the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Kandt museum is also another museum which was named after the first colonial governor  Rwanda had from the Germans, it comprises of how Rwanda was before colonialism.

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Departure from your Location

Our guide will pick you up from your Hotel/Places but in Kigali then drive to Campaign against genocide museum .
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Arrive at Campaign against genocide museum

The tourists have the opportunity to visit the Campaign Against the Genocide Museum located at the Parliamentary Building in Kigali City. The museum was inaugurated by H.E. President Kagame in December 2017, making this museum one of the newest National Museums in Rwanda.
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At Belgium tomb

A small museum in Kigali City lies at the site of the massacre of 10 Belgian UN Blue Beret. At the onset of Genocide under the command of General Dallaire, they were deployed to guard the house of Prime Minister Agatha Uwilingimana. When the genocide began, Presidential Guard soldiers invaded the home, disarmed the Belgians and transported them to Camp Kigali where they killed them. Then stone pillars memorialize the ten-soldier killed.
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At Kigali Genocide Memorial

The Kigali Genocide Memorial commemorates the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The remains of over 250,000 people are interred there. There is a visitor centre for students and those wishing to understand the events leading up to the events of 1994.

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