The most popular landmark in Freetown is the Cotton Tree, at the heart of the old town. Its years of existence are not estimated, but some say the Black Poor settlers of the city planted it when they came in Freetown in 1787. The tree has been faced with a lot, extending to the invasion of large chirpy bats that were erased by government in 2010.
Type: Parks and Reserves
AddressFreetown, Sierra Leone
Summer Holiday In South Africa with Toke Makinwa, Bonang Matheba, Mai Atafo, Kelechi Amadi – Obi, Ameyaw Debra, Folu Storms, Sister Deborah
July 15, 2019