Denham Suspension Bridge
Denham Suspension Bridge is located in the area known as Garraway Stream. The bridge spans the Potaro River, approximately 193 kilometres (120 miles) from the town of Bartica. The structure which is commonly referred to as the Garraway Stream Bridge and the Potaro Bridge links Mahdia and Bartica by trail. It was declared opened to traffic on November 06, 1933, by Sir Edward Brandis Denham, K.C.M.G, K.B.E, Governor of British Guiana.
The Cenotaph is located in Madhia Square, the central hub of Madhia. It was constructed in 1986 to pay tribute to the British Guiana soldiers who died in World Wars I (1914-1918) and II (1939-1945). It is a pillar typed monument finished with tiles.
Kaieteur Falls is the centre piece of Guyana’s oldest national park, the Kaieteur National Park. The park which was established in 1929, by the British Commonwealth, is situated on a section of the Amazon rainforest. Kaieteur Falls is fed by the Potaro River and is considered the longest single drop water fall in the world, with a depth of approximately 225 metres (738 feet). The park has an area of 627.59 square kilometres (242.3 square miles) and is home to numerous exotic flora and fauna, some which can only be found in the Kaieteur National Park. While the waterfall was known to the surrounding indigenous population for many centuries, it was only discovered by a group of British geologists led by Mr. Charles Barrington Brown, on April 29, 1870.