Ghana's Crumbling Heritage
Graham Norton looks at dilapidated forts and castles in West Africa
The beaches of Ghana are among the most attractive in West Africa. Frowning down on thirty-one of them are the forts and castles which, for the most part, owe their existence to the slave trade. These beaches and castles - two splendid assets for tourism - are now significant foreign currency earners for Ghana, which last year ranked sixth in Africa for tourism receipts.
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