The Mabaruma Stone Monument is located in the heart of the Mabaruma village. The structure was also signifies 100 years of progress in the Mabaruma North West District (1890 – 1990). It was unveiled by former President Hugh Desmond Hoyte on October 26, 1990. It also depicts the six races of Guyana evident by the heads surrounding the circular peak of the monument. An additional feature includes the depiction of an indigenous person hunting.