Lome, capital of West African republic Togo, is the Country’s principal
administrative, transport, and economic centre as well as the chief port.
It is located on the south-western Togo, on the Gulf of Guinea.
Lome was a small village until 1897, when it became the capital of German Togo.
In 1919, Lome came under French control. In 1960, year of the country’s independence, it was confirmed as a capital.
Lome has been the site of several important summits: the first Lomé Convention was signed there in 1975, establishing an aid and trade agreement between African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries and the European Union.
The city is equipped with a jetty, railways, a deep water harbour, an international airport and universities. Tourism keeps on growing.
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Togoville is a town in southern Togo. It is situated on the northern shore of Lake Togo.
The region experiences a tropical climate. It has two wet seasons: April-July and...