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Description The Three Dikgosi Monument (also known as the Monument of the Three Chiefs) featuring the statues of Khama III of the Bangwato, Sebele I of Bakwena and Bathoeng I of Bangwaketse, three digkosi, or chiefs, who traveled to Great Britain in order to stop the incorporation of the land that is now Botswana into Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) or the Union of South Africa.
Date 11 March 2010, 07:00:41
Source originally posted to Flickr as U.S. Army Africa NCOs mentor staff operations in Botswana - March 2010
Author US Army Africa

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24° 38′ 40.96″ S, 25° 54′ 26.87″ E

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