Schoolmate_BeishiThe Royal Palace of Abomey, Benin's few world heritage site, was once the master of the once glorious Dahomey dynasty, which seized blacks from West African neighbors and sold them to France for arms. So from this point of view, the notorious black slave trade started with the blacks themselves. The guide was talking in French all the way, and I was in a very awkward state. But some of the artifacts and remnants of the building still touch the veins of the African dynasty. Every land has a similar ruler, a similar historical process, and this is the wonder of the world.
[Western Africa] The Abomey Palace is one of the few world heritages in Benin, and the former owner of this palace is the once glory of the Dahomey dynasty. It was this dynasty that went to neighboring countries in West Africa to arrest blacks and then sold them to France for arms. So from this point of view, the infamous black slave trade began with black people burying black people. The guide was explained in French all the way, and I was in a state of procrastination. But some unearthed artifacts and remaining buildings still touch the veins of this African dynasty. Each piece of land has a similar ruler, a similar historical process, and this is the magic of the world.