The Portuguese church in St. George's Castle (1482) at Elmina, Ghana, was used as a slave-auctioning room by the Dutch. Today it is the castle's museum.
Coconut Grove Beach Resort near Elmina, Ghana, has a golden beach.
The Old Dutch Cemetery at Elmina, Ghana, contains a monument to Lieutenant J.C.W.M. Joost, a colonial official killed in a clash with Asafo Company warriors in 1872.
The back streets of Elmina, Ghana, buzz with local life.
The Benya Lagoon at Elmina, Ghana, is literally packed with pirogues and surrounded by a vast fish market.
St. George's Castle (1482) at Elmina, Ghana, overlooks the Benya Lagoon and its bustling fish market.
St. George's Castle (1482) in Elmina, Ghana, is one of the oldest European structures in sub-Saharan Africa.
A net full of fish on the beach at Cape Coast, Ghana.
A local get together at Coconut Grove Beach Resort near Elmina, Ghana.
A colorfully-painted taxi awaits passengers at Elmina, Ghana.