Buhanga sacred forest is located in Musanze district in Northern Rwanda. Its surface is estimated at 31 ha. This forest was inhabited by Gihanga, the King who founded Rwanda a thousand years ago; and it has latter become his worship place.
By the end of the 16th century, an expansion conflict erupted between Rwanda and Bunyabungo during which the monarch Ndahiro II Cyamatare fought to the bitter end.
Nations are born and expand and so did Rwanda. Her cradle is the hill of Gasabo. The summit of this historical hill is called Rwanda and has given the name to the whole country..
Rubengera heritage site is located in Karongi district in Western Rwanda. In oral traditions, it is referred to as Ibigabiro bya Rubengera, meaning the state’s shrine. .
Nyange Secondary School is located in Ngororero district in western Rwanda. The bravery of its students has awarded them to be among national heroes under Imena category.