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Africa museum to be one of world's greatest sights






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The Pan African Heritage Museum will open in August 2023. TIME Magazine called it one of the world's top 100 places to visit. It said it will be an important place for people "interested in…Africa's history and…heritage". Ghana's president said African art stolen by other countries would be returned to the museum.

A man created the museum after he saw 5,000 people of African descent at an event. It was for the 375th anniversary of the forced arrival of Africans in the USA. He wanted to create the museum "to unite Africans". He said: "The museum is special because it's the only one bringing all African heritage together under one roof."

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