MyTown In 10Pics: 25/11/2020 - Kumasi, Adum. African Culture

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I am sharing these beautifully captured images which i took on our tour to the Kumasi Military Museum in representing the Africaniwa Group to tell the story of the Ashanti Kingdom, Gold Coast and the African Military Brigade who participated in the 2nd World War. I will do well to add the word3 locations so we can easily find these places and for those who may be interested in visiting the place but before then let me tell something small about Africaniwa and to invite my readers who would want o learn more to join in the Program which is scheduled for tomorrow between the hours of 1800 to 2000hrs GMT. I would also leave the link to subscribe for a free ticket and my number should you face any challenges.

Aficaniwa is a community of passionate lovers of photography and especially about the motherland - Africa. Our name is inspired by the "Twi" ( a widely spoken language by Akans in Ghana, West Africa) word "ahwehw3niwa" meaning lenses. Consequently, Africa's lenses. Beyond the rudiments of yet another social media community, Africaniwa is a passionate outcry to the true sons and daughters of the homeland to tell authentic stories about their lived experiences. In effect, offering valuable insight into their lives, supported by photos to challenge perceptions and illuminate their own reality. Relying on responsible story telling by means of photos, Africaniwa's main aim is to educate, promote and highlight African culture, heritage and history especially in less racially diverse communities in the diaspora.

So without much ado, here are my town in 10pics submission;

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On a tour at the Military Museum with Miss Mavis as my tour guide

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A Beautiful set of african stuff been sold along the african cultural lane beside the museum

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A Beautiful set of african stuff been sold along the african cultural lane beside the museum
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A Beautiful set of african stuff been sold along the african cultural lane beside the museum
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A Beautiful set of african stuff been sold along the african cultural lane beside the museum
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A Beautiful set of african stuff been sold along the african cultural lane beside the museum
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A Beautiful set of african stuff been sold along the african cultural lane beside the museum
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The Museum Sign Post by the roadside
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A Tank on display in front of the Museum
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Armored weaponry on display in front of the Museum
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Wow! Thank you for sharing these beautiful pictures of the african cultural lane at Adum. I normally get myself a couple of beads or a traditional shirt like dashiki when I pass by.

Not only are they beautiful and attractive, they have great quality as well.

#onepercent #ghana #affable

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