Monument de l'Indépendance

The Monument de L'Independance was built as a tribute to Togo’s independence from on April 27, 1960. The structure is composed of a human silhouette carved within it and surrounded by promenades, palm trees, manicured lawns, fountains and a black gold iron fence.

Landmarks in the Area

Togo National Museum is the national museum of .

The Sacred Heart Cathedral It is the mother of the Archdiocese of Lome, one of the seven Catholic church districts of the African Republic of .

The Akodessawa Fetish Market is located at Akodessawa, which is a district of , the capital of in West Africa.

Stade de Kégué is a multi-use stadium in , .

The University of Science and Technology of Togo is a private university in whose headquarters are in , the capital of .

Localities in the Area

Aflao is a town in Ketu South District in the Volta Region on 's border.

Denu is a small town which is the capital of Ketu South Municipal, a district on the south-eastern corner of the Volta Region of , near the Ghana– border.

Tokor is a village in the Ketu Municipal district, a district on the south-eastern corner of the Volta Region of , near the Ghana- border.

Monument de l'Indépendance

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