Shama Ghana Fort

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Front Entrance and a point towards the ocean, although to the right not in front I think the boats arrived.
Fort Sabastian built by the Portuguese about 1500 in Shama Ghana
The explanation of how the fort was functionally used is amiss or just made up when you ask.
 

A point, a fort is for fighting, it is shield against enemies

Fort Sabastian built by the Portuguese about 1500 in Shama Ghana
The not square corner, gives an quick shot two directions and can see better

Fort Sabastian built by the Portuguese about 1500 in Shama Ghana

 

 

Every fort seems to have this little building on the corners, I speculate it for protection from rain for the post

Fort Sabastian built by the Portuguese about 1500 in Shama Ghana

Fort Sabastian built by the Portuguese about 1500 in Shama Ghana

View of Shama from the Fort

View of the bay where probably the normal culture of Shama exist, I think East of the Fort

Fort Sabastian built by the Portuguese about 1500 in Shama Ghana

 

This is a telephone relay or hmm, a way to connect calls by plugging in the correct wire with the correct home

Storage room, the person says a Slave Room for 150 persons, I am sure it was many things.
Fort Sabastian built by the Portuguese about 1500 in Shama Ghana
Now it maybe a church or class room, or something with chalkboard, simple answers to use is not easy.
 


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