Accra, Ghana has been featured in New Yor-k-based American news magazine and news website TIME Magazine’s “The World’s Greatest Places To Visit in 2021”.
A tweet from TIME Magazine reads:
Find out why Accra, Ghana is one of the World’s Greatest Places of 2021
An excerpt of the feature article on TIME’s website reads:
Accessing the Ghanaian capital has become even easier this year, with last fall’s debut of Qatar Airways flights from Doha and new thrice-weekly United Airlines service from Washington, D.C. And there are plenty of openings to help fill an itinerary:
ADA, a contemporary gallery that launched late last year, showcases the work of emerging creatives—such as paintings by Nigerian artist Eniwaye Oluwaseyi and South African artist Zandile Tshabalala—from across Africa.
A new architecture school, the African Futures Institute (AFI) debuts at the end of July, with a focus on cultivating regional talent.
The AFI is the brainchild of Lesley Lokko, the founder and director of the Graduate School of Architecture in Johannesburg, in collaboration with award-winning Ghanaian architect David Adjaye.
And next year, the Pan African Heritage World Museum is scheduled to open. It will house archives, exhibits, galleries and a theatre, with the aim of being a key destination for visitors interested in connecting with Africa’s history and its people’s heritage. —Rosalind Cummings-Yeates