Sights & landmarks in Montserrado County

Top Sights in Montserrado County, Liberia

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  • Frank R
    Accra, Ghana107 contributions
    I was amongst 800+ other guests invited to a buffet dinner function at the Centennial Pavilion recently . I was very impressed with the layout and organisation . There were 6 serving points that I could see and the queues for food moved along quite quickly . Serving of drinks and clearing of plates were also efficient . To anyone who has to organize such a funtion I would say this would be an obvious venue .
    Written December 2, 2019
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  • Billy Burton
    Birmingham, UK59 contributions
    I visited Wulki Farms twice during my ICS placement, spending some much needed time in the pool and exploring the grounds of this impressive estate. The swimming pools are excellent, especially considering where you are, and we had lots and lots of fun jumping in and out. There are also Crocodiles and Ostriches to be found, and the general area had some pretty good birding too.
    Written January 21, 2018
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  • Kunbi A
    Dallas, TX351 contributions
    I don’t think you can just show up. I believe you have to go with a guide (I used West Tourism Management). It used to be a luxury hotel but was abandoned after the civil war.
    Written January 6, 2020
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  • Victor M
    Nairobi, Kenya48 contributions
    This is for History Buffs
    Its not much of a site to experience but the history of this island is an arc in the history of Liberia.
    After being populated for a mere few thousand years, Liberia struck American abolitionists as an ideal place to resettle freed slaves. In 1822, the first group stepped off the boat at Providence Island, Monrovia. They saw themselves as part of a mission to bring civilisation and Christianity to Africa, but their numbers were soon depleted by tropical diseases and hostile indigenous residents, who resented being dominated by the new arrivals. The surviving settlers, known as Americo-Liberians, declared an independent republic in 1847. Yet, fatally for the new republic’s future, citizenship excluded indigenous peoples, and every president until 1980 was of American freed-slave ancestry. For nearly a century, Liberia foundered economically and politically while the indigenous population suffered under a form of forced labour that would have been called slavery anywhere else. During William Tubman’s presidency (1944–71) the tides began to change. Thanks to the image of stability that Tubman was able to project, foreign investment flowed into the country, and for several decades Liberia sustained sub-Saharan Africa’s highest growth rate. Firestone and other American companies made major investments, and Tubman earned praise as the ‘maker of modern Liberia’.

    That is the much i learnt and it was enough for me,
    You can plan your own visit for your own experience .
    Written July 29, 2015
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  • Jaime r
    Bakersville, NC126 contributions
    Beautiful Church. Mass was great . My Mother Loved the service.
    Parking all around the Church. So not a problem.
    Written June 25, 2018
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