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Description UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. The Door of No Return leads to the ships that took the slaves across the Atlantic Ocean. This monument has been declared as a UNESCO heritage site. Nikon D40 (INAFI International Conference on Microfinance, Migration and Development, November 2007).
Date 10 November 2007, 20:37
Source The Door of No Return (Ouidah, Benin)
Author Shubert Ciencia from Nueva Ecija, Philippines

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6° 22′ 1.79″ N, 2° 4′ 44.98″ E

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