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I went there today.... You can't miss the place, just after the embassy of Malta you find the school and the rest of the monestry....
It is a peaceful place... most of the people are friendly, however at the part (outside)where you have the Maria...More
Ours was an afternoon visit. Even if it was out of hours, they opened it for us and we could visit at length. The museum has a collection of actual historical artefacts, with good explanations to most items. I am not sure if they cover...More
One of the place that has to be visited in Youndé.
I have asked the meanings of the statues because they don't like neither a human nor an animal even nor one the stages indicated in darwin's theorie. The answer of the guard was "People...More
Some local pieces of art are exposed inside the benedictine museum located on Mont Febe. Just ask any taxi-driver and they'll get you there. It is a very nice collection..too bad we didn't find a guide that could explain something more than what we learned...More
The collection in the museum is of high quality, but it is rather small, only a few rooms. We found the museum closed when we arrived at noon but they opened at out request. Wonderful traditional objects of exceptional quality. .
Very nice and interesting collection, peaceful atmosphere, take it in at your own pace. The book - catalogue explains the history behind the collection and each artefact in English and French. We bought a copy for memory for only 10.000 (Father Joseph).
Great ambience and...More
Gorgeous little spot for views of the city. There's a little ethnographic museum of various artifacts in a little side building which is very interesting, but there wasn't much information about the items, nor anyone around to guide us. Still, a nice quiet spot to...More
This is a lovely site to get a vast view of the city. Transportation is on your own and yet there are lots of visitors. It is nice to talk to the monks who are kind and welcoming. The Celebration of the Mass is 6...More