Ile Goree was a prominent slave-trading centre on the West-African coast between the 15th - 19th centuries. The role that this small island played in the slave trade was due to its geographic position at the westernmost point of the African continent. Île de Gorée (the Island of Gorée) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Zamani Project team spatially documented the House of Slaves, the Villa Victoria Albis and the Fort d’Estress on the island in 2016.
Elmina Castle (Elmina, Ghana), Fort Saint Jago (Elmina, Ghana), Fort Saint Sebastian (Shama, Ghana), Cape Coast Castle (Cape Coast, Ghana), Fort Saint Anthony (Axim, Ghana), Fort of São Sebastião (Mozambique Island, Mozambique), Castle of Good Hope (Cape Town, South Africa),
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