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Osu Castle, Accra

The Osu Castle, also known as Fort Christiansborg, was built by the Danes in the 17th century and was occupied by the Portuguese and Swedish intermittently over the years.

The Osu Castle, also known as Fort Christiansborg, was built by the Danes in the 17th century and was occupied by the Portuguese and Swedish intermittently over the years. Today, it is the seat of the Ghana government.


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About Osu Castle

 Osu, Accra, Ghana

Osu Castle and Nearby Sights on Map

Independence Square

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

Ohene Djan Stadium

Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park

The Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park was created to honor Kwame Nkrumah, one of the founding fathers and the first president of Ghana

The National Theatre of Ghana

Makola Market

The Makola Market in the heart of Accra is a busy place crammed with stalls selling fresh produce, local food, traditional goods, fabrics, Kente clothes, accessories, and handicrafts at reasonable prices

Holy Trinity Cathedral

National Museum of Ghana

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

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

Jamestown Lighthouse

W.E.B. DuBois Memorial Centre

Famous American author and Civil Rights activist William Edward Burghardt Du Bois moved to Ghana in the 1960s to manage the creation of a new encyclopedia of the African diaspora, the Encyclopedia Africana