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Benin : Point of No Return
Point of No Return
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Point of No Return

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Created: 27th Aug 2007
Modified: 4th Sep 2008
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Historical
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Historically known as the “slave coast,” Benin was at the center of the transatlantic slave trade. Between the 16th and 18th centuries, millions of Africans left the continent for the new world to be slaves and most of them were shipped from Benin. Point of No Return is poignant monument that was erected by Unesco

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City:
Ouidah
Area:
southwestern Benin.
Website:
www.museeouidah.org/...


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