We definitely recommend a visit to this small, but very powerful museum on the genocide of July 1995. Entry is very reasonably priced at 10KM, and our admission cost included a free tour in which the guide explained the events of July, as well as the various photographs around the gallery. There are some interactive computers in which you can find out day-by-day details of July 1995, and you can hear personal accounts of survivors and civilians. It is a small museum and will probably only require an hour of your time, but that hour will be well worth it. Very moving.
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