Visit the Old Papapye Historic Site in Botswana
Old Papapye is a historical and cultural site, which contains artifacts from the Stone Age and Iron Age. There are rock paintings, stone walls, remains of a prison and historical graves. The Church Missionary Society of London (1891 and 1894) remains the most remarkable site. It can be seen that the front and back of the burnt bricks are still standing.
In the history of the Botswana people, the Old Papapye marks their history. It recalls the restriction of the Ndebeles’ penetration to Rhodesia. In 1938, the Old Papapye is classified as a national monument, under the jurisdiction of the National Museum and Monuments. In addition, there are rock paintings, historical tombs as well as the relics of a prison in this place.
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