Research Paper About Togo

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Table of Content
Introduction…………………………………… 3
Togo facts………………………………………4
Ethnic group……………………………………5
Hotels……………………………………………6
Clay Castles……………………………………7
Togo food………………………………………8
Festivals……………………………………… 10
Languages…………………………………… 12
Conclusion…………………………………… 13
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To visit Togo, first of all you have to learn a little bit of their history…
Togo is part of Sub-Saharan Africa, lies between Ghana and Benin; it is like a corridor between the two countries. Its capital is Lome and is close to 2 international airports.
Its official name is Republic Togolese and is derived from “To” meaning water and “go" which means edge or shore. But it is also known by Togoland.
Its climate is humid and tropical and its tourist attractions are
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Since it was announced as a World Heritage Site, it has become the ideal tourist destination for Europeans, North Americans and those who are passionate about the culture and ethnology of the people.
Togo Food
The Togo cuisine is a combination of African, French and German food.
It has many sauces and most are made from tomato, spinach, eggplant and fish.
All their dishes consist of meats and vegetables; But among other foods they also have the baguette, chiles, goat meat, roast chicken with chile sauce or 'Koklo meme', 'Akume' which is a dish prepared from ground corn, 'Fufu' which is based on yams , ‘Ablo’ among others.
They eat two or three meals a day, which are made from cassava, corn, starch, rice, yams or bananas.
Midday meals consist of protein such as fish, goat, beans or beef and are traditionally served with a spicy sauce and palm oil.
Although they have fruits (orange, pineapple, papayas, and avocados) and vegetables in their crops, they do not eat often since they say that it is more for the 'bourgeoisie'.
Plantains also are widely used in the Togolese cuisine, whether grilled, fried or

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