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Mausolée du Prince Louis Rwagasore

Mausolee du Prince Louis Rwagasore serves as the final resting place of the country’s beloved 20th-century monarch and leader. He formed a new political movement that fought for independence.

Monument de l'Unité Nationale

Built as a symbol of reconciliation after many years of hostility between Hutu and Tutsi, Monument de l'Unite serves as a site of great historical and architectural importance for the Burundi nation.

Musée Vivant de Bujumbura

The Living Museum of Bujumbura is a zoo and museum in Burundi. The museum is located in the capital Bujumbura and is one of the country's public museums. It is dedicated to the wildlife and art of Burundi.

Lac Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika is an African Great Lake. It is the second-oldest freshwater lake in the world, the second-largest by volume, and the second-deepest, in all cases after Lake Baikal in Siberia. It is the world's longest freshwater lake.

Rusizi National Park

Track down hippos and sitatungas (swamp antelopes) in their natural habitat on a trip through Rusizi National Park. With luck, you'll also see flamingos strolling in the shallow ends of the river that runs through the park.

Livingstone - Stanley

It commemorates the meeting on the banks of the Tanganyika in 1871, to postpone Henry Morton Stanley and Dr David Livingstone. The first, on mission for the New York Herald, had gone to the search for the second one whose trace was lost and some believed dead.

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