The Apartheid Museum is located in the southwest corner of Johannesburg, South Africa. The rich historical materials and objects reveal the darkness of South Africa's apartheid period. It also shows how the country that launched the notorious apartheid system developed from a "black and white" to a "rainbow" since the end of the apartheid policy in South Africa for 12 years.
When you come to the Apartheid Museum in South Africa, you have to classify by race to get in (of course, it's just a game) and see a huge Aloe Vera when you come out!
This museum, which records the history of apartheid in South Africa, is very clear and can be seen.
Before going to the Race Museum, it's better to know about the history of South Africa. Among them, the great President Mandela is really admirable and respected. The film of history is shocking. Although the apartheid system has been abolished now, it still feels inequality and takes time to digest slowly.
Today's last day in South Africa, there may not be a chance to come back in this life. Today, I visited a lot of places, but I didn't have a deep play. At the Soccer City Stadium, the Apartheid Museum, the Presidential Palace, the ancestor Memorial hall, the top floor of the ancestor Memorial hall, at night at Johannesburg Airport to Dubai.
The Museum of Apartheid can learn about the dark events of the Revolutionary Age in South Africa. The status of the local white people is more noble than that of the black people. The experience faced by the black people during the period of apartheid is also amazing.
Museums are small, but they display a lot of content, mainly about the history of African-Americans'oppression in the 20th century and their subsequent struggle for freedom, especially after the beginning of Apartheid. Understanding this period is of great value in understanding the current problems in South Africa. It will take about three hours to see the exhibits and materials displayed in the museum in detail.
The Museum of Apartheid, founded in the era of apartheid in South Africa, best reflects dirty history. Under Nelson Mandela's guidance, the country's strong racial discrimination rises a rough atmosphere, and the museum represents and reminds those horrible stories and experiences.
In the museum, the history of Mandela's worship of Mao Zedong and the Chinese government's support for the ANC's resistance movement disappeared. Mandela has become a political symbol and a god worshipped by all.