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Nkrata fa edikaƞ (Efie)2018-11-22T07:41:48+00:00

Kristiɛnbɔk tete fɔm nnoɔma nhwehwɛmu
abakɔsɛm agyapadeɛ Dwumadie

Yɛma wo akwaaba ba Kristiɛnbɔk tete fɛm nnoɔma Nhwehwɛmu Abakɔsɛm (Archaeological) Agyapadeɛ Dwumadie, adesua ɛfa Kristiɛnbɔk abankɛseɛm a ɛyɛ Ghana agyapadeɛ a ɛsombo no mu baako ho. Mfeɛ atwam yi, Kristiɛnbɔk abankɛseɛm ayɛ dwumason ahodoɔ. Na ɛyɛ adekoradan wɔ mmerɛ a wɔtwaa Atlantik po no, nnipa a wɔfa wɔn yɛn nkoa dwadie mu no. ɛsan so bɛyɛɛ atenaeɛ maa Engiresi aban a ɔdii ɔmanGhana soɔ. Nnaano yi a nso na Ghana amanpaninfoɔ di wɔn nnwuma firi hɔ.

ɛnnɛ yi, ‘Abankɛseɛm’, sɛneɛ temanmufoɔ frɛ no no, ka ‘UNESCO’ wiase agyapadeɛ
ahodoɔ no ho.

Kristiɛnbɔk tete fɔm nnoɔma Nhwehwɛmu Abakɔsɛm Agyapadeɛ Dwumadie no yɛ dwumadie a ɛgyina mpɔtam mu so. ɛfiri afe mpem mmienu ne dunan (2014) no mu, ekuo a ɛyɛ Ghana nhwehwɛmufoɔ a ɛbi yɛ Osu mpɔtam mma, abinfoɔ ne asukuufoɔ asua nnoɔma pii a ɛfa Abankɛseɛm no abakɔsɛm ho, titire ne wɔn a wotenaa hɔ ne wɔn a wɔyɛɛ adwuma wɔ hɔ.

Hunu nnoɔma pii a ɛfa Kristiɛnbɔk tete fɔm nnoɔma Nhwehwɛmu Abakɔsɛm Agyapadeɛ Dwumadie ho abrɛ a wosra Ntontan keseɛ yi so

Bue Dwumadie, Nhwehwɛmu, ne Kaseɛbɔ, ɛhɔ na wobɛhunu yɛn nkɔsoɔ wɔ yen dwumadie mu ne yɛn ayɔsɛn.

Kenkan yen mmoa a yedeboa mpɔtam ne nwomasua abrɛ a wosra yen Mpɔtam Dwumadie

Wobɛtumi nso asua nnoɔma pii afa nnipa ne nnwumakuo a woboa yɛn dwumadie abrɛ a wosra yɛn Aboafoɔ

Afei, deɛ ɛtwa toɔ, ɛne yɛn nni Nsawɔsoɔ sɛ wopɛsɛ wosua nnoɔma pii, anaasɛ wobɛka yɛnho di dwuma anaasɛ woboa yɛn wɔ yɛn dwumadie yi mu.

Medaase

ɔbenfo Rachel Ama Asaa Engmann

Christiansborg Archaeological Heritage Project

Nkitahudie

Christiansborg Archaeological Heritage Project

Ƞfoniri

Contact Christansborg Archaeological Heritage Project

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