Trip Start Nov 23, 2011
20Trip End Jan 07, 2012
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Located 45 km East of Lome, Togo's colonial capital until 1920, famous for it’s colonial architecture. Historically it was called "Little Popo" and was of a Portuguese slave port and a commercial center. In the 1880s it became the German capital of Togo, which later got transferred to Lome in 1897. The city is a center for voodoo culture and the people rely on the fishing and farming industries.
Transportation: Taxi to and from Lome
Marche des Feticheurs: A fetish market, one will see tables covered in
animal parts for the purpose of concocting medicines
Peter and Paul Church: 19th c.
German Cemetery: A unique look at the city’s colonial history