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Our trip tells us a lot about how the trans Atlantic slave trade happened, how the slaves were been transported, where they took their last bath and door of no return. A very nice and historic place to be if you only wants to know...More
This site was one of the largest slave markets for gathering people to sell into slavery during the infamous Atlantic slave trade years. It is especially worth seeing as a prelude to viewing Cape Coast slave fort, which is what my group did, since you...More
A peaceful place to reflect on Black history and Slave trade history. Must visited place if you are a lover of history. My Guest enjoy the guided tour at this scared place of memories. Since this year mark the year of return for Diaspora to...More
Its not very popular and that makes me sad. Recently revamped, the ancestral slave river park is worth a visit.
About an hours drive from cape coast station where you will take the assin manso trotro (bus) , the road is great. If you are...More
It is what it is. A place where Europeans took African Men, Women and Children for their last bath, to be auctioned and branded like cattle. This after walking upwards of 900km's from where they were taken from the home. A location from which they...More
This was a slave site where enslaved Africans were sorted, bathe, smeared with oil and tendered to would be merchants. Here you get to dip your feet into the water which became the last point the slaves had their last bath in African water before...More