This is the most famous amongst all the memorial sites and is situated in Karongi District along the slopes of the Kibuye Region west of Rwanda. Bisesero Memorial site comprises of nine candid piles that represent the nine regions that once formed Kibuye District. It is estimated that about thirty thousand people were murdered here after being forwarded by the soldiers of France due to the fact that the Tutsis had rebelled and defied the massive slaughter at the time though due to lack of strong weapons and army tactics they ended up being killed by the caustic Hutus. is the Bisesero genocide memorial site due to the presence of various features that portray evidence of what exactly happened like clothes of the deceased along with their skulls. Today, the site is named the Hill of Resistance after the brevity the Bisesero people displayed at this time to their rivals.