Reunification Monument in the Capital City Yaounde of Cameroon

Reunification Monument in the Capital City Yaounde of Cameroon

Reunification Monument in the Capital City Yaounde of Cameroon
With more than 230 vernacular languages and plenty of natural and artificial landmarks, Cameroon is undoubtedly a preferred choice for most travelers who want to experience the real African Safari.For a chance to explore some of world’s most beautiful sceneries and learn different African cultural practices and beliefs, you should consider Cameroon as your next travel destination.

Cameroon's Reunification Monument was constructed in the 1970s to memorialize the post-colonial merging of British and French Cameroon. Located in Yaounde, it was designed by Gedeon Mpondoand Engelbert Mveng.

In addition to its historic significance is its enchanting display of architectural impressiveness enhanced by the erstwhile staircase, the banquet hall at the basement and the flamboyant garden that radiates life around the monument, making it an ideal location to sit and admire nature. Meanwhile, the Glass Palace (National Assembly) is just a stroll away.

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