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Kane Kwei Carpentry Workshop, Accra

The Kane Kwei Carpentry Workshop is known for its figurative coffins in fancy shapes that have become an international symbol of African art of the Ga-Adangbe tradition.

The Kane Kwei Carpentry Workshop is known for its figurative coffins in fancy shapes that have become an international symbol of African art of the Ga-Adangbe tradition. Take a look at the different unique and quirky caskets made here that are to all corners of the world to celebrate the lives of the deceased.


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About Kane Kwei Carpentry Workshop

 Teshie Rd, Accra, Ghana

 +233 24 411 4719

 www.ghanacoffin.com

Kane Kwei Carpentry Workshop and Nearby Sights on Map

Teshie

Labadi Beach

W.E.B. DuBois Memorial Centre

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Artists Alliance Gallery

The Artists Alliance Gallery has 3 floors of paintings, sculptures and artifacts, from traditional Ashanti drums and masks, Asafo flags with applique-work, and strip-woven Kente textiles to contemporary Ghanaian art, including the world famous figurative coffins

Accra Mall

Osu Castle

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Ohene Djan Stadium

Independence Square

The Independence Square commemorates Ghanaian independence from Britain in 1957 and is the site of the annual Independence Day parades

The National Theatre of Ghana

National Museum of Ghana

The National Museum of Ghana presents the country's history and culture