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We had a private guided tour of the city and stopped here to learn about the recent history of the nation. The lift was out of action (I think it always is) and our guide suggested there were 100 steps up - maybe there are...More
Feels like a tourist trap! Museum at the top was very disappointing. Perhaps the only good thing is the view you get from the top and it makes for a good picture. I would not go our of my way to visit this place. If...More
For a meagre 50 dalasi (less than £1, depending on the exchange rate!), Arch 22 provides a great view of Banjul and the Atlantic Ocean. A slight climb to the top gives an opportunity for some great panoramic shots, and the chance to see the...More
If you travel around the town, you are almost bound to pass under this arch at some point. It is very much a local landmark. Built by the previous President, to commemorate his coming to power. One wonders if the new President is tempted to...More
This is the no 1 landmark in Banjul built to commemorate the coup that brought the former dictator of Gambia Yayah Jammeh to power. It is about the tallest structure in town. Climbing to the top is through circular staircase in the leg of the...More
I had the chance to visit the Arch 22 which was build to commemorate the 1994 revolution. The Arch houses various Gambian artifacts, and beautiful view of the capital.There is also a restaurant where you can eat and relax for the day.