A little boy shot dead by police. His picture on every magazine cover in the world. That picture was the inspiration for the Soweto uprising in 1976. Though only a year old at the time, during the 1980's in school, I learned of the massacre, and when i planned my trip to South Africa, I had to stop and visit to see this sight for myself.
The one main thing that irritated me was that you could not take pictures inside the museum. i have run into this before in Berlin and Paris, it is annoying. you travel all this way so that you can take a few snap shots to show others, and they don't let you.
Also, parking is horrible. i circled for twenty minutes trying to find a spot. Their is no parking lot, so be warned.
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