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MORIJA



The earliest mission station in Lesotho was established at Morija, which is named after the biblical Mount Moriah. Today Morija is well-known for its excellent mission press and book depot. It also plays host to the annual Morija Arts and Cultural Festival held there in October every year.  There is also a small museum and archive, as well as a dinosaur footprint site to be seen.  From Morija a 7-km tarred road takes the visitor to Matsieng, the country residence of the king. A tarred road links Matsieng with the main road to Maseru.

Morija Dinosaur Prints S 29º 37' 57.9 E 027º 30' 47.8
Morija Museum S 29º 37' 34.7 E 027º 30' 32.0

 


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