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Human geography named after Mandela
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Mandela Centre (Community Centre) on Chapeltown Road

  • ZA COM MR-T-0487
  • Item
  • 9 June 1984
  • Part of Tributes

At the Mandela Centre, a community service centre in the middle of a poor Afro-Caribbean estate hang large photos and billboards of Nelson Mandela in his youth and after his release from prison

Mandela Village in the city of Nyamata, Eastern Province of Rwanda

  • ZA COM MR-T-0929
  • Item
  • Post 1994
  • Part of Tributes

This village was established after Nelson Mandela visited Rwanda after the 1994 genocide. He donated funds and also asked well-wishers to contribute to the building of a school, a hair salon and a milling machine so that survivors could restart their lives

Mandela Gardens, in Calveley Street

  • ZA COM MR-T-0470
  • Item
  • 1983-12-10
  • Part of Tributes

It was renovated and its name changed to Millennium Square in 2000. On 30 April 2001 when Mandela received Freedom of the Ciy of Leeds, Mandela re-dedicated the city's Mandela Garden, which first opened in 1983 in support of South Africa's struggle for equality. The garden includes a bronze statue, entitled "both arms" by Kenneth Armitage.

Mandela Garden, Campi Bisenzio

  • ZA COM MR-T-2181
  • Item
  • 2018-12-11
  • Part of Tributes

Comune di Campi Bisenzio has dedicated a garden to Nelson Mandela. The dedication was part of the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human rights. The Comune of Campi Bisenzio is a Town of roughly 47000 people and is part of the Metropolitan area of Florence.

Lorimer, Dino

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