We stopped outside of Mole to see what is the oldest mosque in Ghana. There is a parking lot near the "Mystic Stone" where a "guide" will likely approach you. A 5 cedi charge applies for the stone and the mosque. I skipped the stone because I didn't care enough to pay to see it. At the mosque, there is... 更多
The young guy who talked about the history of the place was knowledgeable of what had occurred. I sense his desire to keep the place intact and for generations to come. This place is interesting as it dates back many years. I understand their desire to have funds coming in in order to build a school for the children.
Staying at Zaina, we went to Larabanga on our own and met our guide Abu at the road intersection. Abu is passionate about his community and offered us a comprehensive tour of the mosque, the neighborhood, the school, etc. All people we met were exceptionally kind and friendly and we felt at home. Kids were of course intrigued by my... 更多
I was really amazed by the local people who took us on a tour around the village to show us around the mosque (you cannot go in if you're not muslim due to religious reasons), the schools (they are currently looking to fund a second school because the existing one is overcrowded with >900 kids in the area), and the... 更多
We visited the mosque while visiting Mole and spent about 20 minutes there. It is a very interesting and beautiful mosque with a very old baobab right next to it. The town is interesting as well. You pay a few cedis to look at the mosque. You can't go in unless 'you are an elder over 60' so you will... 更多
I stopped by the mosque on my way to the mole national park. As soon as I got of the... 更多
We drove to Larabanga on our way from Kumasi to Bolgatanga. We have done several East and South African safaris... 更多
The age of this mosque is stated at 600 years is impressive, considering the construction. You cannot enter the structure,... 更多