A gift from Belgium’s king Badouin in the late 1980s,the Ethnographic museum now houses one of African finest ethnographic collections .
Seven galleries display historical, ethnographic , artistic and archaeological artifacts accompanied by visual aides, giving visitors a rich insight into the Rwandan culture.
The exhibitions open with geographical displays, moving on items used in hunting, agriculture, animal husbandry, pottery, weaving and wood work.
Traditional clothing and architectural methods are also illustrated, as well as the social importance of cattle.
The final room reveals traditional customs and beliefs, history, culture, poetry and oral tradition and cosmology.
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