Serove, located in eastern Botswana, is the country's largest village. At one time, it was the capital of the Ngwato tribes and the Kingdom of Hama. The Hama III Memorial Museum shows the entire history of the Hama family, the leader and leader of the Nguato. The ruler of the Hamish Hepitation donated his ancestral home, the so-called Red House, to house the museum. The exposition includes personal belongings of King Hama III and his descendants, numerous crafts, weapons, utensils, figurines and other exhibits illustrating the history of Serove and the tribes inhabiting the area. There is also a growing collection of subjects of natural science, including collections that are quite unconventional for Africa - a large collection of African insects and snakes in the region, which serve the purpose of educating the local population.

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