Assin Manso Slave CampCurrently Open
- Address: Mankessim - Kumasi Rd, Ghana, Accra
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +233-242767015
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Camp, Family And Kids
Assin Manso Slave Camp - Review
The people of Ghana suffered slavery for a long time and then it became the first country in Africa to get its independence. But, there are many places existing in Ghana that provide a keen insight into the past of Ghana and its people. One of such places is Assin Manso Slave Camp. A lot of people were forced to be slaves during the 18th and 19th centuries and many were killed. This slave camp is the place where many African slaves were captured and kept. All the slaves were treated with brutality. After being here under torturous condition, the slaves were further sent for reselling. If you are a history buff, you can’t stop yourself visiting this place.
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11.95% of people who visit Accra include Assin Manso Slave Camp in their plan
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It is what it is. A place where Europeans took African Men, Women and Children for their last bath, to be auctioned and branded like cattle. This after walking upwards of 900km's from where they were taken from the home. A location from which they then, if they survived, walked a further 31km to the dungeons of the 'slave' ports. If they survived they had to stand 200 deep in theirs and the human waste underfoot while they waited for the European ships to cargo them to the Americas.
Deep history on slave trade in Gold coast. Worth visiting always.
Hello friends, it's extremely amazing to visit the Assin Manso Slave Campus to rectify the ancient days recognisation of our progenitors as well as the Slavery Riverside. Take a glance to Assin Manso slavery campus now and you will be glad you did. Thanks.
The place is a historical area where we all have to visit
Assin manso is where the slaves have their last bath just to make them look good for auction
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