Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter

Christainsborg Castle in Accra, Ghana was strategically situated on the West African Coast, formerly - and notoriously - known as the 'Coast of Guinea' and 'White Man's Grave.' A 17th Century former trading post, Danish and British colonial seat of government, and Office of the President of the Republic of Ghana, Christiansborg Castle is a national monument and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read the Article