Welcome To Togo. This Is A Persuasive Traveling Brochure

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REPUBLIC OF TOGOTired of going to the same old place for vacation? Are you looking fora new adventure... why not give Togo a try???Look inside for more information.Welcome to Togo. It is one of the most intrigue countries in Africa. It has many beautiful places to visit and many breathtaking sites to see. This country will make a nice vacation and will give you an adventure you won't forget. This brochure will provide you with more information on Togo.wHeRe Is ToGo???... wHaT Is It LiKe???Togo is a small country in Western Africa. It is located between Ghana and Benin, and borders Burkina Faso to the north of it and Gulf of Guinea to the south of it. The size of this country is slightly ...view middle of the document...

You should bring a sweater along just in case. A small slight inconvenience about the climate is its rainy season. In the north, this rainy season last from mid-April to mid-July. In the South, it begins in October and lasts through the end of November. The best time to travel to Togo is during mid-July to the beginning of October.fReNcH cOLonIzAtIOn.........Togo was once a French colony. Its official language today is French. It started in 1914 at the beginning of World War I, when the French and British took over the German Togoland colonization. In 1922, it was made a mandate of the League of Nation, with the eastern part under the control of France and the western part under Britain. However, later the two powers came to an agreement of a new division of what now is Ghana and Togo. The French introduced a great variety of vegetations and medicines to the Togolese, which helped improved their life and health. Togoland was under the French rule for almost 40 years. In 1960, the French Togoland gained independence and became the republic of Togo.wHaT ArE ThE PeOpLe LiKe ???The society of Togo consists of numerous different ethnic groups. Its estimate population is about 4,869,000. The largest group is known as the Ewe, who dominates the southern part of Togo. Other groups are the Kabye, Gurma, Basii, Moba, Konkomba, Mossi, and many others who mostly live in the northern part of Togo. They mainly live in rural villages. Togolese architecture differs from town to town. Their houses are mainly made out of wood and clay. Most of the Togolese are farmers, or otherwise are engaged in trade, commerce, and government service. Their official language is French, but Ewe, Kabye, Mina, and Dagomba are more commonly spoken.About half of the people in Togo practice traditional African religions. The other half is either Christians or Muslims. The capital and the largest city of Togo is Lome. This is the most modern city in Togo. All the tourists' attractions are located in this city. It has movie theatres, opera house, casinos, nightclubs, museums, and many restaurants. This city is the shopping center of Togo. It has open markets along the side of the streets that sell fresh fruits and vegetables, hand-made clothes and potteries. Lome has many monuments and architectural structure along its streets. Also many beautiful and luxurious hotels are in this city and are walking distance to the marketplaces. Most of these activities are mainly open for tourists.hOw'S tHeIr EcOnOmY ???Togo has a strong economy. Almost two thirds of Togo's work force is engaged in agriculture. The most important agricultural products are cocoa, coffee, cotton, peanuts, and palm oil, which are used as their cash crops. Foreign trade is the most important part of the Togolese economy. The country...

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