Sights in Bamenda

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Bamenda is an anglophone speaking province of Cameroon. English is rife together with pidgin English. The town of Bamenda is shared between three different tribes; Mankon, Nkwen and Bamendankwe.

The main town is located on a plain seperated by an escarpment that is dotted with scenic cascades of waterfall. There are lots of handicraft shops with typical traditional carvings and all kinds of hand made fabrics. It is also common to find hand weaved bags and caps adorned with the bright colours typical of this part of Cameroon.

 There are several lakes dotted in the periphery of Bamenda. The Chief Palace of Mankon has a Museum that displays the history of the people of mankon dating several generations back. Another site of Attraction is the Bafut Fon Palace built several centuries back.

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