Infomédiaire Africa – The Palace of Lomé, the former seat of the Governors of the capital city of Togo, will be renovated and transformed into a centre of art and culture to showcase the best of artistic creation in Togo and Africa.
The renovation of the palace are a legacy of the German presence, built between 1898 and 1905, has for vocation to illustrate the dynamism of cultural production and artistic togo and africa, announces the government on its portal.
This historic monument will become a cultural facilities “complete”, and includes exhibition rooms, spaces for the performing arts, a gift shop, a bookshop, an art gallery and a space in the design.
The new centre, which will be inaugurated in April 2019, is expected to contribute, as the first major culture of Togo and in West Africa, the tourist and economic development of the country.
For its part, the botanical park of about 11 hectares, within which lies the Palace of Lomé will be a place of discovery, education to the environment, with many activities and exhibitions of works of artists.