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This impressive photo documentary is being released at a most opportune time, a time when the country of Ghana seems to be shedding its colonial cocoon and emerging into the limelight of the world. With its diverse cultures, languages, religions—and more importantly perhaps for visitors, its ecosystems—Ghana presents an El Dorado for the discerning adventurer to explore. These facets are among those highlighted in this remarkable photo tour of the country and its happy people. Visitors may not have unlimited time, resources, or energy to travel the crevices and corners of the entire country and savor the diverse flavors of such a cultural potpourri. But the astute cameraman, with a penetrating artistic vision, captures it all. So I invite you to connect with the more rural side of my country through the photographer/artist Philippe J. Kradolfer—also known as Nene Dunenyo I, his traditional Ghanaian name and title. Now sit down and enjoy the fascinating adventure—which is GHANA!
https://www.joli-ecotours.com/newsletter.htmStepping foot into Ghana, you will be transported into a world of warm smiles and welcoming handshakes from some of the friendliest people on earth. Instantly, you will find yourself surrounded by new friends with a culture ready to embrace you. Jolinaiko Ecotours is organized to make your visit to Ghana as easy and pleasurable as possible. We are here to provide you with safe and comfortable transportation services to local and foreign clients at individual, family and corporate levels. (Click on name to visit the site)
Artists Alliance Gallery dates back to the sixties, when Ablade Glover a lecturer at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana, envisioned a place for contemporary African Art in Ghana and the World Art scene. (Click on name to visit the site)