The NATIONAL MUSEUM OF BUTARE remained surprisingly untouched during the civil war in 1994. The National Museum is located in Butare. It was donated in 1989 by the Belgium government with some ethnic collection, the design and concept all realized in co-operation with the Royal Museum for Central Africa of Tervuren, Belgium. Butare is 135 km from Kigali. A visit can be organized as a day excursion out of Kigali. You can also visit Butare on your way to Nyungwe NP. Nyabisindu (Nyanza) is situated 45 km from Butare and 90 km from Kigali. This is a modern building with different sections .It displays a wide collection of monochrome pictures, traditional artifacts and objects, tools and different craft products. Ethnographic objects are grouped together according to the theme giving premium information on the daily life. Qeramika tradicionale dhe shportari janë prodhuar dhe ende përkasin punimeve të mirën e rajonit Highlights: Vizitoni të Nyanza, Muzeu i Butare, dhe dyqanet artizanale në Butare. Është mirën dhe kjo pasqyron edhe shpirtin kohë në fund të shekullit të 19, kur Lindje-Afrikan Kingdoms erdhi në kontakt me evropianët e parë. The rich insights about Rwanda's traditional life and culture and the subsequent development during history will contribute to a better understanding of African history and should be compelled for everybody who's interested in Africa. Moti është me diell dhe të ngrohtë dhe të parat ka rekomandueshme për ata të interesuar në klimë tipike tropikale. Muzeu Kombëtar në Butare u dhurua në 1989 by the Belgium government and gave back a part of the ethnographic collection acquired during the colonial period. The design and concept of the museum was realized in co-operation with the Royal Museum for Central Africa of Tervuren, Belgium. The modern building has different sections and displays a wide collection of monochrome pictures, traditional artefacts and objects, tools and different craft products. Ethnographic objects are grouped together according to theme giving excellent information on the daily life. Traditional ceramics and basketry are still manufactured and belong to the finest handicrafts of the region. The National Museum remained surprisingly untouched during the civil war in 1994.