Cenotaph (Central Mabaruma)
The Cenotaph is located in central Mabaruma and was constructed of reinforced concrete. The monument commemorates those British Guiana soldiers who died in World Wars I (1914-1918) and II (1939-1945). On a yearly basis, wreaths are laid at the site in recognition of Poppy Day.
Mabaruma Stone Monument
The Mabaruma Stone Monument is located in the heart of the Mabaruma village. The structure was also signifies 100 years of progress in the Mabaruma North West District (1890 – 1990). It was unveiled by former President Hugh Desmond Hoyte on October 26, 1990. It also depicts the six races of Guyana evident by the heads surrounding the circular peak of the monument. An additional feature includes the depiction of an indigenous person hunting.
Hosororo Falls is a series of rapid water falls flowing down the Hosororo Hill, the word Hosororo means “pouring water”. The waterfall is located 4 metres (2.5 miles) from Mabaruma in an area known as Warau. The site is flanked by trees along its bank and is within close proximity to a small cocoa plantation. There are no defined trails to the falls.
The Kissing Rocks is located 3.2 metres (2 miles) from central Mabaruma. It can be found within the vicinity of the Mabaruma creek which leads to the Aruka River. Access to the site can be gained via a foot trail when accompanied by a local. In the Arawak customs, young people, who were engaged to each other, were encouraged to visit these Kissing Rocks to determine if their love would endure the test of time.
Republic Arch, Wauna
The Republic Arch is located approximately 48.3 kilometres (30 miles) from central Mabaruma, in the village of Wauna. This hollow, iron arch was constructed in 1974 by the Government in commemoration of the country’s 4th Republic Anniversary. The semi-circular arch spans the roadway and has the inscription “Mashramani 74” on it.
Amerindian Heroes Monument
The Amerindian Heroes Monument is located in Santa Rosa Mission, Moruca, Essequibo. The structure is sometimes referred to as the Stephen Campbell Monument. Mr. Campbell On September 10, 1957, became Guyana’s first elected Amerindian Member of Parliament. The monument was proposed by Mr. Basil Rodrigues, a retired schoolteacher to commemorate the accomplishments of Amerindians, who contributed significantly to the community and was completed by self-help in 1995.