Three Chiefs' Statues, Gaborone

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A historical memorial, Three Chiefs' Statues presents three bronze sculptures of leaders who helped Botswana gain independence. These 5.4 m (18 ft) tall figures of Khama III, Sebele I, and Bathoen, stand tall on three plinths describing their role in asking the British government to grant them autonomy in 1895. One of the most visited tourist attraction in Gaborone, the monument site is also a venue for popular public events like the Miss Botswana pageant. Inaugurated in 2005, the statues were built by a popular North Korean company. Our Gaborone journey planner makes visiting Three Chiefs' Statues and other Gaborone attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • These historical giants placed at CBD Gaborone next to Magistrate Court give the place a status. Evey morning travelling to work was a reminder that the place is respectable and prestigeous...  more »
  • Look at these pictures and that is as good as going there. I suppose many tours include it since there is almost nothing to see in this city and it remembers an important historic fact. That's all.  more »

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