• National AnthemsTogo

    Terre de nos aïeux

    The national anthem of Togo, titled “Land of our forefathers” (French: “Terre de nos aïeux”), was composed by Alex Casimir-Dosseh. It served as the country’s anthem from its independence in 1960 until 1979. In 1979, it was replaced by a new composition introduced by the Rally of the Togolese People party. However, the original anthem was readopted in 1992. History In the era of the Rally of the Togolese People,…

  • Atakpamé


    Atakpamé is a city in Togo, West Africa. It is the fifth largest city in the country, with a population of around 85,000 people. Atakpamé is located in the Plateaux Region, about 160 kilometres north of the capital, Lomé. The city is an important agricultural and commercial center. It is known for its production of cotton, coffee, and cocoa. Atakpamé is also home to a textile factory and a brewery.…

  • Kpalimé


    Kpalimé is a town in Togo, located in the Plateaux Region, about 120 kilometres north of Lomé, the capital city. It is the administrative capital of Kloto Prefecture and the fourth-largest town in Togo, with a population of around 101,088 people. This town is known for its beautiful natural scenery, including its proximity to Mount Agou, the highest point in Togo, and Mount Kloto. The town is also a centre…

  • Lomé


    Lomé, a city with a unique blend of cultural heritage and modernity, is the vibrant capital and largest city of Togo. Nestled on the Gulf of Guinea, this bustling metropolis boasts a rich history, a thriving urban population of 837,437, and an expansive metropolitan area of 1,477,660 permanent residents as of the 2010 census. In this article, we’ll delve into the fascinating facets of Lomé, from its etymology and historical…

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