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Le Monument de la Renaissance Africaine, a $27 million dollar solid copper statue, the tallest in the world! An elevator will take you to the top for a full view of the city and terrific pictures of the surrounding areas.Taxi pickup service from...more
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I like this place really, and I recommend every body to go thier if they will visit Sengal , it showing the rebirth of africa and lookin to the good future, it’s very big statue , around 49m high and from the top you can...More
The landmark is jaw dropping when you get close up and inside the monument - truly the icon of Dakar.
The guided tour took us through the art displays, the presidential room and also explanation on the construction. We took the lift to the top...More
Bigger and taller than the Statue of Liberty 🗽 (Excluding the platform). A guide already work inside in case you speak French. If not get an English speaking translator (my Driver in my case) and your good to go. You need to ask who built...More
If you find yourself in these suburbs then stop by for a visit here. But, do not go out of your way to get here. The place is really nothing special except for the view. If you are a tourist with just a day in...More
If you go to Dakar, I suppose you need to see this monument - dedicated in 2010 to celebrate 50 years of Senegal independence. Unfortunately it was too expensive ($27 million) and Senegal did not have the money to pay for it. So they ceded...More
In the first week of our visit we were in the country and along the Atlantic and asked the local people what we definitly should visit during our 2day stay in Dakar and they all said this monument. It must be a cultural difference, because...More
It was very interesting to see this massive statue, but to go up inside it to the upper viewing platform the lady in the till wanted triple amount for what the locals pay to go and see it, which we didn’t find acceptable. And although...More