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Tens of thousands of Africans destined for slavery passed through this castle before being shipped into an unspeakable future.

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At the seaboard side of the castle was the DoorofNoReturn, the infamous portal through which slaves boarded the ships that would take them on

Those who survived captivity here left the castle through this door to be taken to the slave ships, never to return to Africa.

Purpose of Building ElminaCastle. This was built to support Captains of ship by providing their vessels with a secure harbour. The outposts of the castle were heavily armed against

Pushed through the “doorofnoreturn”, millions of Africans were shipped from places like this whitewashed fort in Elmina, Ghana, to a life of

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דברים לעשות באלמינה. תמונות מ‪ElminaCastle‬. תמונה: “ElminaCastle: DoorofNoReturn”. מתוך חוות הדעת: Valuable visit.

My tour of Elmina begins in the courtyard of the castle. From here the grandeur of the building is plain. Tall walls rise up on all sides.

At the seaboard side of the castle was the 'DoorofNoReturn', the portal through which slaves boarded the ships that would take them on the treacherous

ElminaCastle is a white-washed Medieval Castle on the coast of Ghana. It was the first – and for many centuries – the largest, European building constructed in tropical Africa. Yet its grandeur, as well as its picturesque surroundings with blue skies, sandy beaches, and tropical palms, disguise a dark...

I recently visited ElminaCastle with a group of fellow board members from the Theological Book Network, a nonprofit that

Another famous slave castle is the ElminaCastle (often called St. George’s Castle), situated in the town of Elmina about 13 kilometers from the Cape Coast Castle.

St George’s Castle, a Unesco heritage site, was built as a trading post by the Portuguese in 1482, and captured by the Dutch in 1637.

For hundreds of years, the ElminaCastle, which sits on the Gulf of Guinea, was a major depot in the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

Mai 2010. ElminaCastle. Eingestellt von Henning um 04:17. Labels: Doorof (no) return.

ElminaCastle. Slave holding post -- "Doorofnoreturn". It’s estimated that more than half of the slaves transported via the transatlantic trade passed through ElminaCastle, constructed by the Portuguese in 1482, initially as a trading fort on Africa’s Gold Coast in what is now Ghana.

ElminaCastle, point ofnoreturn I was there in the Cape Coast Deep in the heart of Gold Coast The ancient castle of slavery Where deeds and