Photos are not clear --- these are images of DIFFERENT sites. The National Museum in Butare is certainly worth a visit. Very informative, covering history, geography and more about the nation, place and people of Rwanda. The museums in Nyanza-Rukari, north of Butare, were also interesting, but completely different. The tour guide was quite the talker. The residence the Belgians built for the last Rwandan king was not as interesting as the stories that were told. I preferred the replica of his father's & grandfather's traditional style home next door. Quite beautiful. It probably helped that I'd visited the royal palaces (as well as the Genocide Museum in Kigali) before seeing the national museum, for context.
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