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From the smile of a child at a waterfall in the heart of the forest, Togo reveals itself as the land of little miracles, a sparkling gem on the shores of the azure waters of the Gulf of Benin in West Africa. Togo, Africa's smile!

 

Lomé is the largest city of Togo. Built on the coast, facing the blue waters of the Gulf of Benin, the city of Lomé is a relaxed, friendly and harmonious whole. It remains a small city that has retained its human character. Its architecture includes small shops and charming villas, old colonial buildings and vast properties that feature lush gardens, all framed by coconut palms and flowering shrubs. Lomé is the reflection of modernism and tradition. A mixture with a hint of European flavor and a good dose of Togolese culture.