Monuments include places of scenic beauty, of rare flora and fauna, and of historical or cultural importance. Relics include ancient objects made by early inhabitants of Swaziland, such as pottery and metalware (often found by archaeologists), and Bushman paintings.
Monuments are of vital importance in educating the public on Swaziland's rich heritage, and are a source of national pride.
Current National Monuments
Site of King Bhunu's "murder enquiry", 1898, Manzini
Old Secretariat (currently DPM's Offices), Mbabane
Legco Building (first "parliament")(ex-Prisons HQ, now in ruins), Mbabane
Gilson's Place (ruins of first Police Commissioner's House), Mbabane
Mangwaneni Bush (indigenous trees), Mbabane
Mantjolo Pool - sacred to Mnisis, fenced by Royal Command, near Mbabane
Museum Swazi History Swazi Culture Cultural Village Archaeology Monuments
Resources Nature Reserves Tourism
Biodiversity Objectives/Legislation Programmes Miscellaneous