Monuments that cover the story behind the liberation of Rwanda

A unique war memorial monument showcasing two soldiers with one soldier firing a machine gun to show the the spirit of Rwanda Patriotic Army. it is located at Kagugu in Gasabo

 

 

 

Monument inside the Campaign Against Genocide Museum depicting RPA soldiers treating the wounded soldier during the liberation struggle in 1994

 

Remains of an armoured fighting vehicle (tank) that was neutralised by RPA soldiers during the Liberation struggle in 1994. Captured here at Kagugu, Kinyinya Sector, Gasabo District in Kigali

 

 

A monument depicting an RPA soldier honors a victim of 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi during the Liberation struggle.

 

 

A monument  depicting two Rwanda Patriotic Army soldiers on duties during the liberation war to stop the 1994 Genocide against the Tusti .The statue of two artillery RPA soldiers engage the enemy at the rooftop of the Parliament Buildings. They were particularly fending off attacks from at Camp GP in Kimihurura.

 

 

 

A picture inside the museum depicting two RPA soldiers on duties while others are rescuing Tutsi during the liberation struggle to stop the 1994 Genocide against the Tusti.

 

 

This is the biggest statue in this Museum which is to show and describe the whole story of 600 soldiers’ leadership and the triumph of humanity over the extreme evil of Genocide.

 

 

This is the biggest statue in this Museum which is to show and describe the whole story of 600 soldiers’ leadership and the triumph of humanity over the extreme evil of Genocide.

 

 

This is the biggest statue in this Museum which is to show and describe the whole story of 600 soldiers’ leadership and the triumph of humanity over the extreme evil of Genocide.

 

 

A monument of RPA soldier holding a baby after rescuing him as they advance to stop the genocide

 

 

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