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Louis Tregardt Memorial Garden

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Hidden piece of history

Monument to The Great Trek. It is hidden in Maputo but very well kept as it is recognized as a... read more

Reviewed 20 December 2016
NunoRosario
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Maputo, Mozambique
Static open air museum in the city centre.

Very interesting place for people that want to know about the history of the Foretrekkers and their... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2015
Nicolandia
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Maputo, Mozambique
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Avda Josina Machel, Maputo 1100, Mozambique
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Reviewed 23 June 2017 via mobile

This is probably one of most important memorials for Mozambique and South Africa. Such an important part of history. This monument is better maintained then Monuments in South Africa. Taking in consideration that Marxist Mozambique at one stage was at war with capitalist South Africa.......More

1  Thank lordfinsbury
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Although locked when I visited, you can easily see the entire memorial from the street. It's not so much a garden as a memorial. There is a great mosaic, some interesting statues, and an overall feeling of history. A quick stop but a good one.

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Reviewed 20 December 2016

Monument to The Great Trek. It is hidden in Maputo but very well kept as it is recognized as a valuable piece of the history of the city. There isn't much to see but it is always nice to find a piece of history that...More

Thank NunoRosario
Reviewed 4 September 2015

Very interesting place for people that want to know about the history of the Foretrekkers and their destiny.

1  Thank Nicolandia
Reviewed 5 June 2015

The memorial garden is a small place of interest to mostly South Africans. It is just sorry that is not very well looked after.

Thank RudolphM
Reviewed 21 May 2015

It will not take much of your time, only about 20 minutes if you read everything carefully and you will learn something. It is interesting and the place is clean, makes a good photography spot on a sunny day, surrounded by old buildings. Visit if...More

2  Thank Lillemusen
Reviewed 15 November 2014

This memorial resembles Louis Tregardt. It's a small but cozy place to visit. It shouldn't take more than 10 minutes. The place itself looks tidy and clean. Shame that the small "lakes" surround the central memoir only had rain showers. It should be filled with...More

1  Thank Tommy_PT0
Reviewed 13 September 2014

I live in Maputo and didn't even know this existed, how embarrassing! this is actually a cemetery of Louis Tregardt, in the center of this memorial there is a Map of how he reached maputo by accident because he was trying to reach South Africa....More

3  Thank Funhe
Reviewed 29 July 2014

Ironic that this memorial to a Boer Voortrekker has survived so well in central Maputo. It is easy to find and informative.

2  Thank Gavin H
Reviewed 24 July 2014

This impressive monument is hidden away on Av. Josina Machel about 100 metres from Independence Square. Well-maintained, except for the fountain no longer working, the oddest thing is that it still exists. The monument celebrates the Voortrekkers expedition, heros foe colonialists, but an odd celebration...More

2  Thank MOzwald
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