This castle looks very beautiful, but it records the colonial history of the Ghanaians. There is a dungeon in it, dark and gloomy, you should come and see
This is a long historical building built by Portugal and used as a slave trade. It is now open for people to visit
Elmina Castle, located in Ghana, is a castle built during the Portuguese colonization of Ghana. It has a long history and has no glory in the past. The old Portuguese-style castle is quietly erected and is free to visit
Right on the coast of Ghana, where gold is rushed, there are many tourists
May we never forget what they went through. And may we understand new forms of slavery still persist
Interesting visit however as it's visited by lot of tourists from various countries it could be valuable to add some translators for foreigners.
The tour guide was amazing and very in depth with knowledge. I wish we wouldn’t take crazy rates from foreigners especially the diaspora as This experience is an even greater deal for them .
We had a good guided tour around Elmina Slave Castle. Built in 1482, this was the hub of the Portuguese (1482-1637) and Dutch slave trade (1637-1872) on the Gold Coast. Under the rule of the Dutch Wes...
Being from Surinam we know how the slaves were brought in. Elmina was very confrontating. They suffered so much.