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Shrines with Adinkra symbols

Ghana has two UNESCO World Heitage Sites. One are the fortified trading posts along the coast, of... read more

Reviewed 1 May 2018
saronic
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Zurich, Switzerland
Cultural stop

Interesting site with a lot of culture and a lot of things to learn regarding the asante people and... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
Voyager81977
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Detroit, Michigan
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Unique and fragile Ashanti houses were constructed of mud and covered with interesting decorations.
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Ghana has two UNESCO World Heitage Sites. One are the fortified trading posts along the coast, of which onty the Cape Coast Castle and the Elmina Castle really get visited. The other UNESCO inscripition concerns about 13 traditional Asante Buildings, which are all in villages...More

Thank saronic
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Reviewed 16 August 2017

Interesting site with a lot of culture and a lot of things to learn regarding the asante people and their history

Thank Voyager81977
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

We visited the Palace and grounds the day before the Queen Mother's funeral. The museum is a bit dark and long in the tooth, but the actual materials -- clothing, portraits of Asante leaders, memorabilia, furniture including thrones gives one a fuller understanding of how...More

1  Thank Elliot S
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Reviewed 3 March 2017

This is the Ask Ashanti King Palace Fenced, inside you will find the Manhyia Palace museum. The house of Ashanti history. It's a most visit place for any visitor, from Friday are the busiest days to visit the museum due to the weekend school breaks....More

Thank Nasir A
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Reviewed 18 July 2016

The guide was informative and we felt it was well worth a half day visiting the museum and learning a little of Asante history.

1  Thank ronald00001
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Reviewed 8 May 2016

The guide gave us lots of information about the Chiefs and history of royalty in Ghana. Good to know this part of Ghana. If you have time, check it out.

2  Thank annminky
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Reviewed 27 August 2015

Informative tour and a must see if you are in Kumasi. It is impossible to appreciate Ghana and its rich history without learning about the Asante Kingdom. The entrance price was much higher than I anticipated but it was worth it. The tour guides are...More

2  Thank ExploreOurUniverse
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Reviewed 1 July 2015

I love the exotic animals walking about, including a big male peacock. The guided tour is very informative.

Thank Whitneylovesearth
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Reviewed 30 June 2015

In the month of November, 2013, I was invited to visit Accra, the capital city of the West African nation of Ghana, by a business colleague there.My visit lasted for just one week and in the of that week my host and I flew to...More

6  Thank Herbert293984
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Reviewed 11 April 2015

I love Ghana, always have, I love the food, weather, people, environment. I can not get enough. The country is rich with everything. Every time I get off the plane I know I am home. The country has so much to offer in every way.

1  Thank foxie2014
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