(Established 1957). The Museum houses a collection of the nation's historical treasures, ancient artefacts, pre-historic, archeological and colonial antiquities and contemporary African Arts Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, mausoleum & Museum: Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was the first President of Ghana. There is mausoleum, small pictorial museum and a statue of Dr. Nkrumah located on the spot where he made his independence speech in 1957 90km west of Takoradi, access is by canoe Most southerly point in Ghana Word Heritage Monuments Word Heritage Monuments. African Historical Museum - Muskets, shackles, drums, art and cultural objects from West Africa. A history of slavery is illustrated with leg and body iron shackles Shrine in centre of town tells history through statues and folk art Office of the current President of Ghana Ideal for fishing and its many small wetland islands have become bird santuaries, perfect for bird watchers and ornithologists Kakum national park Wassa Domama Word Heritage Monuments Aburi Botanical Gardens This is a sacred shrine near the Okomfo Anokye Teachning Hospital The word's single richest gold-mine. Tours are available and vehicles will take visitors down into the working mine Royal memorabilia and paintings tell the history of the Ashanti Shai Hills resource reserve The largest man-made lake in the world. Ferry trips and one-day trips at weekends The highest waterfall in Ghana You will find here artists, crafts men and women producing quality products and where real bargains can be found 20km from Kumasi, where world famous kente cloth is woven on traditional looms 35km south of Kumasi, this natual circular lake is 364 feet above sea level in a crater. There are 24 villages surrounding the lake, which is 21 miles long and 14 miles wide Ghana's only inland fort houses a collection of weapons seized by Ghanaian serving in the wars The largest street market in West Africa Ankansa National Park Monkey Santuary National Park Two seprarte waterfalls located 75km north of Techiman Famous trans-Saharan slave market town located 60km southwest of Tamale. Leg pegs still exist in the walls at the market Built by Moorish traders in the 13th century. An example of Sudanese architecture This stone has defied many efforts attemping to move it Mole National Park This 19th century palace blends Sudanese and Moorish architectures and is home to the Paramount Chief of the Wa naa A very remarkable church built with mud in 1919 by French missionaries A former slave campsite where slaves were held and sold before the long march to the coast. Rock feeding trougs, torture stones and drumming rocks tell their own story Paga Crocodile Pong - On the northeast border with Burkina Faso Xavi (Bird Watching)


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(Established 1957). The Museum houses a collection of the nation's historical treasures, ancient artefacts, pre-historic, archeological and colonial antiquities and contemporary African Arts Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, mausoleum & Museum: Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was the first President of Ghana. There is mausoleum, small pictorial museum and a statue of Dr. Nkrumah located on the spot where he made his independence speech in 1957 90km west of Takoradi, access is by canoe Most southerly point in Ghana Word Heritage Monuments Word Heritage Monuments. African Historical Museum - Muskets, shackles, drums, art and cultural objects from West Africa. A history of slavery is illustrated with leg and body iron shackles Shrine in centre of town tells history through statues and folk art Office of the current President of Ghana Ideal for fishing and its many small wetland islands have become bird santuaries, perfect for bird watchers and ornithologists Kakum national park Wassa Domama Word Heritage Monuments Aburi Botanical Gardens This is a sacred shrine near the Okomfo Anokye Teachning Hospital The word's single richest gold-mine. Tours are available and vehicles will take visitors down into the working mine Royal memorabilia and paintings tell the history of the Ashanti Shai Hills resource reserve The largest man-made lake in the world. Ferry trips and one-day trips at weekends The highest waterfall in Ghana You will find here artists, crafts men and women producing quality products and where real bargains can be found 20km from Kumasi, where world famous kente cloth is woven on traditional looms 35km south of Kumasi, this natual circular lake is 364 feet above sea level in a crater. There are 24 villages surrounding the lake, which is 21 miles long and 14 miles wide Ghana's only inland fort houses a collection of weapons seized by Ghanaian serving in the wars The largest street market in West Africa Ankansa National Park Monkey Santuary National Park Two seprarte waterfalls located 75km north of Techiman Famous trans-Saharan slave market town located 60km southwest of Tamale. Leg pegs still exist in the walls at the market Built by Moorish traders in the 13th century. An example of Sudanese architecture This stone has defied many efforts attemping to move it Mole National Park This 19th century palace blends Sudanese and Moorish architectures and is home to the Paramount Chief of the Wa naa A very remarkable church built with mud in 1919 by French missionaries A former slave campsite where slaves were held and sold before the long march to the coast. Rock feeding trougs, torture stones and drumming rocks tell their own story Paga Crocodile Pong - On the northeast border with Burkina Faso Xavi (Bird Watching)

 

 

 
 

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