The Musee International du Golfe de Guinee is definitely the most interesting "sight" in Lome. (Far superior to the dusty old National Museum!) It is an excelent private collection of African sculpture from the last 200 years or so, with West Africa dominating. (Nigeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Cote D'Ivoire, Togo, Ghana). There are some pieces from East and Southern Africa, however. There are so many pieces that the guide will invite you to ask about ones you feel drawn to rather than give you an overview. Tastefully arranged both outdoors and in brightly sunlit roomsdoors. Meticulously clean. Highly recommended.
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