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Many Rwandan memorials preserve the clothing of Tutsi victims. At Ntarama the clothing drapes alongside the inner wall of the church.

Clothes cover the pews of the Nyamata church. The placement of clothes reminds the visitor of how many people died. In addition the clothes speak to how many victims remain unidentified.

After visiting the French sites, the tour leads to additional rooms that display bones and clothing similar to other memorials such as Ntarama, Nyamata, and Nyarubuye.

Victims' clothes sit in huge piles in across from the weapons display. Other piles consist of shoes and other victim artifacts dug up from mass graves. On top of one pile sits a scrap of a racist cartoon from the Hutu extremist magazine Kangura.
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