Hail to Thee Land of Our Forefathers
Togo in Pictures
Togo officially the Togolese Republic
Among the smallest countries in Africa, Togo's name is derived from the Ewe people words "to" water and "go" shore to give the sense of "by the water". Togo's National anthem, adopted 1960, restored 1992 is "Salut a toi, pays de nos aieux" Hail to Thee, Land of Our Forefathers.
Lomé is the capital and largest city of Togo.
One of the largest buildings of Togo is the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Trinity, the parish of Atakpame.
Beautiful mother and child in Lome Togo.
Togo has 37 African tribes; the largest are Ewe, Mina, and Kabre.
The town of Aného Togo was as a slave port.
Weighing cotton at the cotton market in Togo. Cotton is one of Togo's main cash crops.
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