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Tourist information Togo.
Circumscriptions : Amlame, Aneho, Atakpame, Badou, Bafilo, Bassar,
Dapaong, Kande, Kara, Kpalime, Lome, Niamtougou, Notse, Pagouda, Sansanne-Mango, Sokode, Sotouboua, Tabligbo, Tchamba, Tsevie and Vogan
Tourism Togo : Région Maritime, Région des Plateaux,
Région Centrale, Région de la Kara, Région des Savanes
Cities Togo & destinations:: Agbodravo, Aneho, Atakpame, Badou, Kara, Notse, Sokode, Togo Gebirge, Tomegbe
Capital City of Togo: Lomé
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Hotels in Togo
- Hotels in Lomé
Mercure Lome Sarakawa [ city centre; Parking + Restaurant + Swimming pool + Meeting room Information ]
and Ibis Lome Centre [ At the sea side; Parking + Restaurant + Swimming pool + Meeting room Information ].
Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.
Travel Agents / Tour Operators
Holidays from dozens of leading specialist tour companies and accommodations who are passionate about conserving Africa's wildlife and benefiting its people.
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Travel Guides Togo / Related Books
Le Petit Futé Togo
Dominique Auzias (Auteur), Jean-Paul Labourdette (Auteur)
Broché: 252 pages; Editeur : Nouvelles Editions de l'Université; Édition : édition
2011-2012 (6 octobre 2010); Langue : Français; ISBN-10: 2746929449; ISBN-13: 978-2746929449.
Togo [ Map]
Map: 1 pages; Publisher: IGN Institut Géographique National; 1 edition (12 Sep 2005); Language French; ASIN: B00005QP3V.
Transport / How do I travel to Togo
Togo borders Ghana in the west, Benin in the east and Burkina Faso in the north.
Sokodé Airport [ DXSK ]
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Airline Tickets / Bargain Flights
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Republic of Tongo - Togolese republic
See Tourism: Hotels, Transport, Restaurants and Clubs
Lomé - Capital City of Togo
Southernmost of Togo with the country's only shoreline on the Bight of Benin. Lomé is the regional and
national capital. In terms of area it is the smallest region, but it has the largest population. Other cities in the Maritime region include Tsévié and Aného.
Région des Plateaux
Main city is Atakpamé. Other cities in the Plateaux region include Kpalimé and Badou.
Regional capital is Sokodé. Other cities in the Centrale region include Tchamba and Sotouboua.
Région de la Kara
Regional capital is Kara. Other cities in this region include Bafilo, Bassar, and Niamtougou.
Région des Savanes
Savanes is the northernmost of the five Regions of Togo. Dapaong is the regional capital. Another major town in the region is Mango.
Aného [ Bight of Benin ]
Assahoun [ Adzahoun, Asahoun ]
Atakpamé - fifth largest city in Togo
Industrial and regional commercial centre [ a.o. cloth ].
Dapaong - market town near the border with Burkina Faso
Regional capital Savanes Region.
Kara - City of Kara
Regional capital Kara region.
Kpémé [ Bight of Benin ]
Sokodé - second largest city in Togo
Located between the Mo and Mono rivers. Sokodé is a commercial center for the surrounding agricultural
areas. Seat of the Tchaoudjo and Centrale Region in the center of the country. Sokodé is the city with the highest proportion of Muslim population of Togo. Sokodé Old Grand Mosque.
Grand Marche de Asigame
Marche des Feticheurs
Mud Takienta tower-houses
Centre Culturel Francais de Lomé
Vie culturelle au Togo, Spectacles [Concerts, Theatre, Dance], Expositions et plus
Football in Togo - Fédération Togolaise de Football
Les ligues, Les districts, Lexique du Football Togolais, Les éperviers, Les joueurs, Palmarès [ and more ]
La Maison du Journalism - Media in Togo
Lyceé Francais de Lomé - primary school / junior and senior high school
Le Lycée Français de Lomé est un établissement qui scolarise les élèves de la Maternelle à la Terminale
Radio - Radio Kara
Station publique émettant depuis la région de Kara (Nord Togo). La station a une couverture nationale et est
reçue au Burkina, Bénin et Ghana
Radio - Radio Zephyr
Infos Pratiquw, Ecoutez Zephyr [ RealPlayer ]
TV - Television Togolaise
Programmes, Présentateurs, Forum, Liste diffusion, Emissions Feuilletons and more
Post Office - La Poste de Togo
Togo Presse - Quotidien national
University of Lome - Université de Lome
Culture: Hotels, Restaurants, Faune et Flore / Reserves, Les Sites Touristiques, Agences de Voyages et de Tourisme, Renseignements Pratiques.
Cuisine - Togo Cooking Recipes
History of Togo
Independence: 27 April 1960 (from French-administered UN trusteeship)
German colony: AD 1884-1914
French and British rule: AD 1916-1960
Togo's History - Wikipedia
The Ewes moved into the area which is now Togo from the Niger River valley between the 12th and 14th
centuries. During the 15th and 16th centuries, Portuguese explorers and traders visited the coast. For the
next 200 years, the coastal region was a major raiding center for Europeans in search of slaves, earning
Togo and the surrounding region the name "The Slave Coast." In an 1884 treaty signed at Togoville, Germany
declared a protectorate over a stretch of territory along the coast and gradually extended its control inland.
Because it became Germany's only self-supporting colony, Togoland was known as its model possession. In 1914, Togoland was invaded by French and British forces and fell after brief resistance...
German Togoland [ 1884-1914 ]
Music, Arts & Culture, Events in Togo
Official languages in Togo: French, Kabye and Ewe
Music of Togo
Togolese folk music includes a great variety of percussion-led dance music. Folk songs are typically in the Ewe language, and Kabye.
Culture of Togo
Togo's culture reflects the influences of its 37 tribal ethnic groups, the largest and most influential of which are the Ewe, Mina, and Kabre.
Ewe Language [ University of Leiden ]
Ewe, also written Evhe, or Eʋe, is a major dialect cluster of Gbe or Tadoid spoken in the south-eastern part of
the Volta Region of Ghana across to parts of southern Togo as far as and just across the Togo-Benin border by about three million people.
'Gadao-Terraced-Kosso' [ Sokodé ]
Gadao's function is to thank the ancestors for abundant harvests.
Tales Told in Togoland: Mythical and Traditional History of Dagomba (Oxford Reprints S.)
E.F. Tamakloe, Allan Wolsey Cardinall
Hardcover 298 pages (June 11, 1970); Publisher: Oxford University Press; ISBN: 0198231652
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