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Although its dark history permeates throughout the visit, the island is simply beautiful. Made of Charming little streets full of flowers and well preserved historical buildings. You can expect to see Locals going about their day, doing laundry outside, kids playing ball, shop keepers making...More
This is but one of many historical sites and buildings on Ile de Goree. There is like a central park open space which I'd recommend you use as compass for a sense of direction on the island. Head straight as you approach from the pier...More
Church of Saint Charles Borromee
Arriving in Senegal in the 15th century with Portuguese sailors, Christianity first established itself in the islands of Gorée and Saint-Louis until the beginning of the XIXe century its influence is limited mainly to the islands. In their stopover of...More