Historical places in Nigeria – In a concise terms, historical places in any country are places that hold great memory of a nation. These types of places have existed for a long while and are such causes one to have a lasting impression of the location. This is no wonder that there are myriad of monuments in Nigeria for several local and international visitors to see at any time.
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In Nigeria, these monuments can be seen scattered all over the country from the south-west, south-east, south-south, as well as the northern parts of Nigeria. These places have been said to have helped reshape the destiny of our dearest nation. So if you live in Nigeria or planning to visit Nigeria soon, below are the top 10 historical places to visit.
10. First Presbyterian Church, Calabar
The First Presbyterian Church in Calabar is pretty much the first historical place to visit in Nigeria. The city of Calabar is located in the south-eastern part of Nigeria, and has been inhabited since the past 2000 years. Throughout the 15th and the 16th century, sources revealed that the city served as a very vital sea port with major business activities carried out there. The first Presbyterian Church of Nigeria was built along with monorail in 1846. The first missionary men that came to Nigeria back then settled in this church and they worked vigorously towards the growth of the church.
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