Slave History Museum - Nigeria
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Slave History Museum
Slave History Museum houses a rich history/story about the slave trade era in Nigeria and West Africa, Located in Marina Resort Calabar. While at the Museum you would have the opportunity to see and have an insight to how Slaves where transported and treated during the Slave trade era, like the way they Slaves where arranged in the ship during transportation, the way the white Slave Masters treated the slaves while on the farm and lots more. There is also a part of the Museum also portrays the rich Efik tradition that is similar to that of Trinidad n Tobago.
Note: you are not allowed to take pictures while inside the Museum
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