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All reviews founding fathers high court free of charge worth a visit lots of history closer look free entrance historical context enthusiastic guide take pictures place is clean sunday afternoon visit this place city centre monument chefs independence
We were impressed with the site, and the area was ckean and well kept, making it more of a statement. We didnt have a guide (he was busy with a group) so some of the symbolism was lost on us. It does need a very...More
Just a large, paved area with a statue and six pillars? No,much more that this. Given the right guide, this becomes the definitive history of Botswana. Perhaps we were very lucky to get a guide called Timothy, who proved knowledgeable and passionate. We spent a...More
Google things to do in Gaborone on the weekend and the Three Chiefs statues jumps up. Well, I went with the one of the clan to find it fenced around, locked up and no-one at home - other than the policeman eying us suspiciously. Perhaps...More
Took the option of having a guide to talk us through the monument which i would recommend as they were able to explain the symbolism of the monument as well as tell the history of Botswana. Timothy the guide was very enthusiastic and informative. Well...More
The Three Chiefs Monument is in the heart of Gaborone's new CBD. It is picturesque and has the High Court building in the background. The statues are well detailed pieces of art. What I love the most are the tour guides as they narrate the...More
It’s all fallacies and nothing that catches an eye. I could add a picture to prove my assertions but it wasn’t even worth to fill my phone memory but if you have time to waste on your hands why not give a try.
i usually go out after the training to exercise my mind and view the beauty of the town, and it is of good course to remind myself of historical statues. this is the place where one can go out sit and stair at statues and...More