La résidence royale du Burundi: Le cas de Gishora
La résidence royale du Burundi: Le cas de Gishora is part of the Tentative list of Burundi in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
The royal estate of Gishora dates from the early 19th century, when the Burundi kingdom had a series of regional palaces. The Gishora estate consisted of the royal residence, the sacred drums shrine and the house of the servants. The royal residence was a courtyard exclusively accessible to the royal family.
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In September 2019, I apparently commissioned Burundi's most famous drum site, the Gishora Drum Sanctuary, for an hourlong performance for an audience consisting of me and dozens of local children who saw me arriving, so decided to watch the show.
2007 Added to Tentative List
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