This Bangr Weogo Park is situated at the heart of the city, it is such an amazing urban park which is full of animals and plants. This park is home to a museum meaning that it has all the attraction you need. To add up; the fine restaurants and sporting at this park is absolutely amazing.
The name Ouagadougou dates back to the 15th century when the Ninsi tribes inhabited the area. They were in constant conflict until 1441 when Wubri, a Yonyonse hero and an important figure in Burkina Faso's history, led his tribe to victory. He then renamed the area from "Kumbee-Tenga", as the Ninsi had called it, to "Wage sabre soba koumbem tenga", meaning "head war chief's village".
This is an article for a museum in Burkina Faso. For the museum in the USA, see National Music Museum. The National Museum of Music is in Ouagadougou, (Burkina Faso) in a two-story building on Oubritenga Avenue on the south side of the Phillipe Zinda Kabore School.