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Address: | Near Kande Proche Kara, Togo
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Traditional Tamberma villages, called "tatas", are small...

Traditional Tamberma villages, called "tatas", are small fortified towers built with clay.

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I really loved my visit to one of the tamberma villages. The architecture is really fascinating. I also loved the locals doing a little dance for me. Definitely worth... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

I really loved my visit to one of the tamberma villages. The architecture is really fascinating. I also loved the locals doing a little dance for me. Definitely worth putting some time in your schedule to see.

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Reviewed 31 August 2016

These round straw huts are typical of northern Togo, near the border with Benin. The houses are quite unique and sufficient. These are the same as the houses seen in Koutammakou. The landscape is beautiful and relaxing. When visiting, be kind enough to go with clothing item, food supplies, writing materials etc.

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