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We were able to visit with a guide from the ministry of tourism. This site has a lot of fascinating history but without the guides I don’t think we would have really gotten a sense of the site. The art installation created with guns and...More
situated in the middle of Monrovia on the monstredo county lies the remains of the old buildings that housed the first set of free slaves from america. this site reminds and tells great story of the slave trade, however, it is a relieving site. a...More
🖒The Providence Island........what to say about it......it's just so nice and very historical......some settlers landed on this island when coming to Liberia. I encourage people to go there and discover new experience.👍
We were only able to see the island from the bridge and the shore, as the pedestrian gate was locked on two different days. The island is tiny, with some low vegetation and some trees. The shoreline of the island is lined with garbage all...More
For a site that is quite rooted in Liberia's history, it is profoundly lacking in things to see. Poorly maintained. Worth a stop over as part of a tour but certainly not worth the visit or the traffic getting there
Really amazing, part of the history of Liberia is here, the peace tree made it with weapons is the symbols to the finished of the second civilian wars in this country, and also if you have a good luck you can see the performance of...More
This place must have once been a vibrant display of west African culture a place which attracted visitors from all over the world a place where you would have felt the rythym of Africa but sadly it has become a rubbish dump . One just...More