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Kohima Cathedral (Mary Help of Christians Church)

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Catholic Cathedral is located on Aradura Hill in Kohima and it is largest cathedral in North East region. Catholic Cathedral Kohima, is an architectural landmark, besides its standing as the centre of the Catholic Church of Nagaland. The church is noted for its architecture which incorporates many elements of traditional Naga houses, including its facade which resembles that of a Naga house. The construction of the cathedral was mostly funded by Japanese people who wished to construct a monument to the Japanese soldiers who died in the Battle of Kohima during the Second World War.

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Kohima World War II Cemetery

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“When you go home, tell them of us and say; for your tomorrow, we gave our today” These are the words inscribed on the Kohima War Cemetery which built in remembrance of British and Indian sacrificed their lives in World War II. Located on Garrison Hill, the cemetery is maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and has 1421 slabs with a bronze plaque.

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Nagaland State Museum, Kohima

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Nagaland State Museum depicts the history and culture of the Nagaland region. The museum is located at Bayavu Hill and exhibits rare collection of artifacts of the sixteen tribes of the state. The rich collection of the museum includes tribes dresses, household items, musical instruments, weapons, inscriptions and tribe jewellery. It also has the art gallery which showcases the tribe paintings.

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