Musee International du Golfe de Guinee, Lome

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Musee International du Golfe de Guinee holds a private collection of Rene David that tells a story about the cultures of Nok, Yoruba, Dogon, and Ashanti, from the ethnical groups of West Africa. The museum houses more than 1,600 objects from the 2nd century BCE to the beginning of the 20th century. See statues, sculptures, and pottery pieces, made of wood, ivory, bronze, and gold. Outside, take a walk in the garden to see even more exhibits. Make your Lome itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
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  • Excellent collection of African art in a setting that allowed easy access tor the pieces. The guide was able to share information in English and the indoor/outdoor setting made for a relaxed milieu...  more »
  • A wealth of material, but mostly 2nd and 3rd rate- organized by a Chinese collector who seems to leave at the rear next to his hotel- a bit odd.  more »
  • Their collection are very good,but the demonstration is poor..Contact number mentioned in the image attached.
  • I've been in this museum for so long, and I really like this. And I found this guy running around.

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