The Consulate General of the Republic of Liberia in New York welcomes you to its new location at 228 East 45th Street, Suite 602, New York, New York 10017
Executive Pavilion: Liberia’s First Executive Residence
The first official presidential residence was is located Broad Street.The new refurbished Executive Pavilion was recently used as the venue for the Inaugural Ball of the second term of the President Sirleaf government.
The Capitol Building: Seat of the National Legislature of Liberia
The House of Representatives is the lower chamber of the bicameral legislative branch of Liberia, and together with the Senate comprises the National Legislature of Liberia.
The Executive Mansion of Liberia: Official Seat of the Liberian Presidency
The President of Liberia resides and works in the Executive Mansion within the capital of Monrovia.Located across the street from the Capitol Building in the Capitol Hill district.
Liberia’s Centennial Pavilion
On Ashmun Street, you can visit the Centennial Pavilion, which Liberia uses to inaugurate its presidents. As a renovated and historical part of the city, it features numerous monuments, and it contains the gravesite of William V.S. Tubman, a former Liberian president.
Liberia’s National Museum
The National Museum of Liberia is a national museum in Monrovia, Liberia. Initially housed in the First Executive Mansion on Ashmun Street of the city which is now used as a library, it was established by an Act of the National Legislature in 1958 under the administration of Liberia’s 18th President, Dr. William V.S. Tubman.
Kpatawee Water Falls
Located in Bong County not far from Phebe and Cuttington university. Just before Gbarnga, the capital of Bong County. It’s a real paradise deep inside the Liberian forest. Go there and enjoy!
African Petroleum Finds Oil Offshore Liberia
African Petroleum’s second well in Liberia, Narina-1, offshore Block LB-09 (100% WI), has made a significant oil discovery, encountering a total of 32 m of net oil pay in two zones (Turonian – 21 m and Albian -11m).
MONROVIA: Liberia’s capital city
Monrovia is the capital city of the West African nation of Liberia. Located on the Atlantic Coast at Cape Mesurado, it lies geographically within Montserrado County, but is administered separately.
It is situated in the heart of Monrovia on one of the city’s most desirable boulevard, the Royal Hotel is a cool and gracious Haven that recalls elegance and splendor. Close to Monrovia’s nerve center, the international Embassies, the Executive Mansion, Government Ministries, United Nations Headquarters, popular restaurants and just 45 minutes away from the [...]
Palm Spring Resort – Liberia
The hotel is located in Oldest Congo Town, walking distance from the new Ministry of Health (so great if that is where you need to go) and not far from Sinkor. It is a little way to downtown (Mamba Point area)
Tourism In Liberia
Liberia President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and US President Obama
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia and US President Obama chat during her visit to the White House on May 27, 2010. Courtesy of AP Photo
Indonesian President His Excellency, Dr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono visits Liberia
President, His Excellency Dr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono visited Liberia in late January during the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda held in Monrovia.
British Prime Minister David Cameron Visits Liberia
British Prime Minister visited the Anna F. Whisnant Elementary School in the PHP Community on Lynch Street during the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda held in Monrovia.
Former U.S President George W. Bush Visits Liberia
President Bush has that natural rhythm, as you can see in this image of the POTUS dancing with the African natives in Liberia on February 21, 2008.
Liberian Children Celebrating Christmas
Christmas is celebrated throughout Liberia by Christian communities large and small. On Christmas day carols are sung from Monrovia to Barclayville. Meats are roasted, gifts are exchanged and family visits made. These children are enjoying their celebrations.