Rien Catherine Kate's collection: detail of a Kuduo, Ghana; lost-wax technique. These fine bronze vessels were used in funerals or to hold valuable or important items. Some kuduo were buried with the owner, and some of them were also placed in shrine rooms. Antique piece.
Most West African countries are familiar with the popular street food Puff- Puff , which is known by different names depending on the country. Ghanaians call it Bofrot (togbei) , Cameroonians and Nigerians call it Puff-Puff (Puff) or beignet in French.
How to travel to Africa without being another neocolonialist
How to travel to Africa without being another neocolonialist: "Imagine walking around in America wearing a cowboy hat and chaps non-stop. Wanting to have a hand in pouring beer and flipping burgers everywhere while your friends take pictures.
Kente weaving is a traditional craft among the Ashanti people of Ghana. A kente cloths is sewn together from many narrow (about 10 centimetres in) wide) kente stripes. This image shows different patterns of typical Ashanti Kente stripes.