Ghana is an African "country of castles." Colonial history left dozens of ancient forts of the Portuguese, Dutch and British eras. The architectural sights of Ghana can be found all along the coast. It is also called the most Christian country in West Africa, as evidenced by European cathedrals and temples.
Osu Castle was replaced by many owners, but most of the time it remained a government residence.
A beautiful castle with a bleak history, famous for one of the best museums in Africa dedicated to the era of the slave trade.
The oldest European building of Ghana in the former large shopping center of the transatlantic slave trade.
The fortress on a high hill is a good illustration of the difficult history of the city of Elmin.