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Genocide Memorial Sites

No safari in Rwanda is complete without a recognition of the sadness in country’s very recent past, which allows the visitor to marvel at what progress has been made quickly to make Rwanda the beautiful, peaceful place it is today. During only 100 days in the spring of 1994, almost one million men, women, and children of Tutsi descent, and those Hutus who were sympathetic to their cause, were slaughtered in Rwanda.  In commemoration of the Rwandan genocide, the government has established memorial sites across the country. Rwandans and visitors alike visit these sites in the name of peace, reconciliation, remembrance, and prayer. They are a reminder that despite our differences in wealth and outward appearance, we all must work together to make our country, and our world, a better place.

The genocide memorial center’s in Rwanda

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