The Cape Coast Castle is one of the historic tourist sites for Ghanaian’s and people from the diaspora to learn about the slave trade by the Europeans.
The castle which is about 357 years old served the purposes of the trade of gold, mirror, alcohol, clothes and human beings.
For the Europeans, they lived luxuriously above the dungeons which were spaces for death, terror and darkness for the people they colonized.
A different conversation stemming up is the fact that above the male dungeon, was a church. However, the church was seen as a religion while the latter was seen as a business.
Here are excerpts by Maritha Brooth on Brooth moment.