LEGU CASA CON LA QUE SE FUNDO LA MISION  POR UN PADRE ALEMAN
A Legu landmark – the first mission house, founded in 1961, not currently in use. Its first inhabitants were father Juan Rodríguez who was there until the Simba Rebellion (1964) and later the German missionary, Bernhard Robben (1970-1976), who had to leave Africa due to illness, and with the new priest in Legu, Julián Azcona, in 1981 the mission would incorporate with the mission of José Manuel Gómez (Pepiño).
ARBOL DEL VIAJERO, IGLESIA AL FONDO ARBOL DEL VIAJERO
Legu church and a palm tree known as  "the traveler's tree."
RESTO ANTIGUA IGLESIA ESCUELAS DE LEGU

                An old church, in ruins                                                   A school

ANTENA EMISORA RADIO RADIO DE LA MISION
The antenna and radio of the mission which like a powerful "Tam-Tam" allows them to communicate with other missions and also through short wave radio with friends to establish contact with Spain and speak with relatives and friends.
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