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Seven Unique Pictures of Togo Africa

Seven Unique Pictures of Togo Africa

Pictures of Togo Africa
Seven Unique Pictures of Togo Africa displays one of Africa's most densely populated African nations with most of the population residing in rural communities.
Pictures of Togo Africa, dancing to the music

Togo celebrates Independence Day on April 27


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Togo in Pictures


Togo has gently rolling savanna in north; central hills; southern plateau; low coastal plain with extensive lagoons and marshes. Togo length allows it to stretch through six distinct geographic regions; climate varies from tropical to savanna

Seven Unique Pictures of Togo Africa

Lomé is the capital and largest city of Togo.

Lomé is the capital and largest city of Togo Africa.


One of the largest buildings of Togo Africa is the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Trinity, the parish of Atakpame.

One of the largest buildings of Togo is the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Trinity, the parish of Atakpame.


Mother and child in Lome Togo Africa.

Beautiful mother and child in Lome Togo Africa.


Togo has 37 African tribes, the largest are Ewe, Mina, and Kabre.

Togo has 37 African tribes, the largest are Ewe, Mina, and Kabre.


The town of Aného Togo was as a slave port.

The town of Aného Togo was as a slave port.


Cotton market in Togo.

Weighing cotton at the cotton market in Togo. Cotton is one of Togo's main cash crops. 


Going to school in Togo Africa.

Elementary school children in Togo Africa playing games and eating snacks.




Did you know?

Togo density is highest in the south near the Atlantic coast. Togo formed part of the slave coast, from where captives were shipped abroad by European slavers during the 17th century. Cocoa, coffee, phosphate and cotton generate about 40 percent of export earnings with cotton being the most important cash crop.



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