Assin Manso Slave Camp, Accra

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Address: Mankessim - Kumasi Rd, Ghana, Accra

Phone: +233-242767015

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About Assin Manso Slave Camp, Accra

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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Assin Manso Slave Camp, Accra Reviews

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  • Assin manso is where the slaves have their last bath just to make them look good for auction

  • A very pleasant experience with all the history and presentation. A must go

  • It is a very nice place u can see

  • Easy to identify

  • Because it reveales what our forefathers went through

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