Lake Togo, Togo
Lake Togo is a lagoon in the south of Togo, West Africa. It lies east of the capital, Lomé, and is separated from the Atlantic by a narrow coastal strip. On the north shore, Togoville village is known as a center for voodoo practices. Its 1910 Notre-Dame Cathedral is decorated with paintings of African saints. Nearby, the wooden Slave House, in Agbodrafo village, was used in the transatlantic slave trade.
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