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This World war 1 memorial which is located next to Kumuzu Banda statue ( The first President of Malawi) is the best viewing point of the city lookout. From high up, you could see the Parliament, the Stadium and bits and pieces of the city.
With my father having originated from Malawi, I feast on every inch of Malawian history. My two nieces and nephew took me here. Malawi has a fantastic and fascinating history. The tour guide was very informative with lots of local anecdotes. I didn’t go up...More
Look, I'll be straightforward, there are few sights for the tourist or the resident in Lilongwe. So I think its worth a visit because it is here. This "new" monument replaced the old monument that used to reside near the Kamuzu monument. It commemorates the...More
The memorial itself is visible from the main road. As I got closer the were over a hundred people setting out protesting for something. They didn't block access to the monument the urine smell was strong. I walked around and took some photos. The inside...More
A pillar that stands gigantically between Capital Hill the home of Government ministries and, medium density housing area Area 18. It has of late to be tourist attraction for both inernational and local. It provides a quiet rendezvous for young couples as for dating. There...More
This is a place to visit to see what little progress has been made in Malawi in so many years. Build in 2008 the clock tower and statue of "His Excellency the Life President of the Republic of Malaŵi, Ngwazi Dr. H R Kamuzu Banda"...More
Each visit I have made to the memorial pillar, I have been reminded of selflessness and how valuable it shall always be. My spirits get dampened when I look at the selfishness which has engrossed those who are oblivious of the immeasurable cost of freedom....More
I went there with my photo buddies as we were doing photo walk. Its a tower with names of the Kings African Riffles Soldiers from Malawi that lost their lives fighting in the World War. There is also a huge state of the first President...More