Huye (Butare)

Huye (Butare)

about the history of Rwanda, African Bantu tribes and humans in general

Location: 

Huye, Rwanda

Duration: 

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Rwanda Ethnographic Museum
  2. Australopithecus Afarensis to Homo Sapiens
  3. African Bantu Tribes Migration (Iron Age)
  4. Traditional Pre-Colonialism Lifestyle
  5. Modern State Building and Rulers

Image sources

  1. Leopard robe
  2. Exhibition rooms
  3. Family of the king
  4. Traditional drums
  5. Traditional hut

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