The capital is a surprising place. Almost brought to its knees by genocide just a little more than 20 years ago, and now a thriving metropolis of a million people. To learn about the genocide, pay a visit to the Gisozi Genocide memorial and take either a tour or the prerecorded guide, which if nothing else, will help give you a greater appreciation of just how far the city has come in 20 short years. That aside, the city is busy and vibrant and boasts scenic hillsides and plenty of inner-city greenery amongst its more contemporary offerings of modern museums and city restaurants.

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