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La Nouvelle Liberte

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Kinda random

The statue is located near the port and near a lot of construction with the new rail going... read more

Reviewed October 21, 2017
Matvl
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interesting and worth a stop

Interesting story behind, as it was mentioned it had taken over 10 years to complete by a deranged... read more

Reviewed April 26, 2017
michael c
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21 Oct 2017
“Kinda random”
26 Apr 2017
“interesting and worth a stop”
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Reviewed October 21, 2017 via mobile

The statue is located near the port and near a lot of construction with the new rail going essentially directly underneath it. You’ll drive past if you’re heading north and really not worth actually stopping and risking your life to get closer...

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Reviewed April 26, 2017

Interesting story behind, as it was mentioned it had taken over 10 years to complete by a deranged artist.

Thank michael c
Reviewed April 11, 2017

I thought this sculpture a good representation of the industrial/commercial centre that is Douala. It is at an extremely busy roundabout, easy to see from the car window.

Thank Elaine K
Reviewed January 3, 2017

You can view the Liberte statue but places are no greenish and cleaned now. Lot of noise and unmaintained

Thank Thangadurai M
Reviewed December 21, 2016

this wonderful statue show to people of this town that their stuffs can have a second life and the lesson is to show people how to recycle in their day life .

Thank ROMEO K
Reviewed August 24, 2016

There is too much traffic jam to get there. The place sometime do not receive proper care but it's a very unique symbol to the city of Douala and also very imposing. There is a story tha it's the centre of the world :)

Thank M71Buddha-Bar
Reviewed June 27, 2016

Grande statue faite de matériaux en fin de vie au milieu d'un rond point où circule beaucoup de voitures. Le personnage de la statue dégage force et bonomie. This very tall statue made of junk is in the middle of a round about. There is...More

Thank MarieFIT
Reviewed March 27, 2016

The idea was probably not bad at the beginning. Looking at that this junk of useless material cannot be clean, it is a potential microbes culture tool. It look like a plan to curse the entire town. God forbid. This is becoming a reference piece...More

Thank Ngoumela Fokou G
Reviewed March 16, 2016 via mobile

Unique installation of art on a busy intersection. Im not sure of the mesaage of this art piece but liked seeing the creativite creation from junk car parts.

Thank yashmakharia
Reviewed February 4, 2016

This is just a statue, there is nothing to see. You just go here and see if you would like, but it is nothing special or impressive, in my opinion not even attractive.

Thank Will A
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