Yaounde Touristic Sights


Yaounde, spread over 7 hills, is the capital city of Cameroon, its in the southern part of the country. Seen on this angle, Yaounde has touristics sights to visit and you will be not disappoint. In the next lines we will give you details regarding Yaounde Touristic Sights you don’t have to miss.


Top list Yaounde Touristic Sights

First of all, as Yaounde Touristic Sights we have National Museum The Cameroon National Museum. Located in city center its become a major point of attraction for many Cameroonians and visitors from across the globe. The origin of this historic building dates back to 1930 years when colonial masters still in control of the territory.

Second we have Blackitude Museum which is an ethnographic museum in Yaounde. The museum project began in March 1998 from a commitment of its founding president.  Obviously with the desire to save what remains of Cameroon artistic legacy, this place represents Cameroon in all its diversity. The site owns all Cameroon’s Department collections of art objects which has a signification for each district.

Thirdly Benedictine Museum of Mont-Febe, has peculiar items and works of art that portray the nation’s diverse culture. The well-maintained venue has a total of four display rooms, surrounded by trimmed lawns and exotic decorative trees. Once you enter, grab a catalogue to fully immerse yourself in the ethnographic museum’s mission, history, and exhibits. When you walk through the corridors, including unusual bronze and wooden statues, ivory pipes, and tribal masks. You can purchase a copy of the book-catalogue as a souvenir.



The Reunification Monument

Cameroon’s Reunification Monument construction was in the 1970s to memorialize the post-colonial merging of British and French Cameroon. Base in Yaounde, it was name by Gedeon Mpondo and Engelbert Mveng. This monument is therefore a physical representation of the reunification between French and British Cameroons. Hence a depiction of the hopes and dreams of a bilingual Cameroon.

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 garden making it an ideal location to sit and admire nature.




If your are interest by Cameroon’s history and knows independence national heroes, there is Charles Atangana figurine. This statue location is in Yaounde, is a patriotic gentleman who fight for independence of Cameroon. Furthermore you can find a Colonel Leclerc monument, a historical site located in Yaounde city center. On August 27, 1940, Colonel Leclerc becomes the Commander of French Cameroon, appointed by General De Gaulles.


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