The Musée International du Golfe de Guinée is one of Lomé’s best but little-known museums, housed in a small bungalow. It parades a private but wide collection of African sculpture from the last 200 years. Prominent among the artworks are those that originated from Nigeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Togo and Ghana. There are also pieces from East and Southern Africa. It is now called Musée International d'Art d'Afrique (MIAA).
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