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Rwanda’s cultural renaissance with Cedric Mizero

By France24
07 April 2024   |   3:18 am
In the third and final part of our Rwanda series, we head into Rwanda's breathtaking countryside to discover a unique artist's residence, created by cultural changemaker Cedric Mizero. He takes Eve Jackson and the arts24 crew on a trek through a eucalyptus forest for an immersive open-air theatre experience in which 150 artists take part.

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