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Welcome to Morija, Lesotho

We invite you to enjoy the rich history, arts & culture of the peoples of Lesotho. Whether you are from Lesotho, or Southern African or from another part of the global family, you will be welcome in Morija, Lesotho. Explore for yourself the wonders of this multi-faceted and unique heritage site. If you cannot come physically to Morija in Lesotho, then through the power of the internet you can still discover important information concerning the famous collections of Morija Museum & Archives, the works of Basotho artists, and learn more about various projects in the arts, culture, heritage management and community-based tourism.

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Lefisoana Clay Pot

Lefisoana Clay Pot

Lefisoana is a small clay pot used by women and girls for fetching water from the well. Pottery was usually done by women.

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Stone Age 2

Stone Age 2

A tool from the Middle Stone Age in Lesotho, a period which ended about 20 000 years ago.

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Stone Age 1

Stone Age 1

A good example of a bevelled stone tool found in the Lowlands of Lesotho.

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Dams and archaeology in Lesotho

Metolong Authority and the Lesotho Heritage Network host discussion on how to build dams in Lesotho and save cultural heritage.  The Metolong Dam represents a major ......
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Unsung Heroes wow the masses

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The Yellow House

By Lineo Segoete When I was younger my mother would take me to the place where she grew up: Morija. These trips were usually to bury ......
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Morija Fun Day at the Museum

“Many young people in Morija have talents, but they don’t have an outlet for it. This event was about trying to provide that outlet to young people.”...
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