Amazing and Captivating Natural Landscape of Nigeria.

Iconic statues pregnant with esoteric and superstitious meanings, landmarks that have stood for years and priceless headstones that signify royalty cut across different parts of Nigeria. For travellers, who are planning their itinerary around Nigeria and want to see exciting monuments. Don’t forget to take selfies.

Here are some of the most splendid monuments from across the country that you must see when you visit Nigeria. The ancient Kano city walls. Benin Moat. National Theatre. Arometa (Three White cap chiefs) Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Mausoleum.

Many of Nigeria's most noteworthy landmarks are man-made, including a number of prominent statues and formal city squares. Others, such as Zuma Rock, the Gurara Falls and the Owu Falls are all features of the amazing and captivating natural landscape of Nigeria.

Lagos Island contains some of the country's most obvious and eye-catching landmarks, such as both Taiwo Olowo's Monument and Tafawa Balewa Square, while close to Abuja is the majestic backdrop provided by Aso Rock. In Benin City, the Benin Moat is of epic proportions and more than worthy of a photograph or two.

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Best Seasons:All Year Round
Popular Location:Lagos, Kano, Abuja, Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode

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