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Tofinu women bring fish caught on Lake Nokoue near Cotonou, Benin, to Abomey Calavi for sale.

Tofinu women bring fish caught on Lake Nokoue near Cotonou, Benin, to Abomey Calavi for sale.

heading across the lagoon to the Dantokpa big market, Cotonou, Benin (2000) | Georges Malempré, UNESCO

heading across the lagoon to the Dantokpa big market, Cotonou, Benin.

The busy fishing port in Cotonou, Benin. ©Yanick Folly [@yanickfolly]

The busy fishing port in Cotonou, Benin.

These roots "igname" are stamped and then used as the base for daily food in West-Africa (e.g. Benin). This is a local market next to the main road between Cotonou and Parakou in Benin

These roots "igname" are stamped and then used as the base for daily food in West-Africa (e. This is a local market next to the main road between Cotonou and Parakou in Benin

Ganvie. Benin by Cotonou. Amazing "floating" village built to hide out from Dahomey tribe who captured & sold slaves, but prohibited warriors from going in water.

Benin by Cotonou. Amazing "floating" village built to hide out from Dahomey tribe who captured sold slaves, but prohibited warriors from going in water.

Agriculture in Togo. Togo is one of two countries in Africa where more than 40% of its land is suitable for agriculture.

Agriculture in Togo. Togo is one of two countries in Africa where more than of its land is suitable for agriculture.

The bamboo houses of Ganvie village on Lake Nokoue near Cotonou, Benin, stand on teak stilts. The Tofinu people fled here in the 16th and 17th centuries to escape Dahomey slavers who were forbidden by their religion from traveling over water.

The bamboo houses of Ganvie village on Lake Nokoue near Cotonou, Benin, stand on teak stilts. The Tofinu people fled here in the and centuries to escape Dahomey slavers who were forbidden by their religion from traveling over water.

Cotonou Timelapse Motion, Benin's De-Facto Capital

Cotonou Timelapse Motion, Benin's De-Facto Capital

Cotonou- Benin

The Republic of Benin is a country in West Africa. It borders Togo to the west, Nigeria to the east and Burkina Faso and Niger to the north. Cotonou is the economic capital of Benin, as is also the.

Benin - Cotonou - Under Köppen's climate classification, Cotonou features a tropical wet and dry climate, alternating with two rainy seasons (April – July and September – October, 800 to 1,200 mm (47 in) of rain per year) and two dry seasons.

Benin - Cotonou - Under Köppen's climate classification, Cotonou features a tropical wet and dry climate, alternating with two rainy seasons (April – July and September – October, 800 to mm in) of rain per year) and two dry seasons.

Cotonou Benin Africa Monument

Get inspired by a travel story from Cotonou and see a selection of pictures from Cotonou in Benin - and continue exploring the world on Around the World in 80 Clicks

Nightlife in Cotonou, Benin, Africa

Nightlife in Cotonou, Benin, Africa

Lake Nokoué in Cotonou. Fisherman are fishing on the lake. Photo by: Cora Unk Photo

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