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Beautiful statue

Though I won't consider this place as a tourist attraction seeing as I have been in Lagos for a... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2016
TitiDokubo
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Lagos, Nigeria
It is a “must see sculpture” while visiting Lagos.

The three centuries old Nigerian:“EYO of EKO” is a visual symbol that adorn many places of... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2015
Thomas W
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Damascus, Syria
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7 Dec 2016
“Beautiful statue”
23 Oct 2015
“It is a “must see sculpture” while visiting Lagos.”
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| Entrance of the EKO Hotel, Lagos, Nigeria
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Reviewed 7 December 2016

Though I won't consider this place as a tourist attraction seeing as I have been in Lagos for a while. It is also on the major road and I doubt anyone woukd want to stop and spend time looking at these. Best to stop for...More

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Reviewed 7 December 2016

Though I won't consider this place as a tourist attraction seeing as I have been in Lagos for a while. It is also on the major road and I doubt anyone woukd want to stop and spend time looking at these. Best to stop for...More

4  Thank TitiDokubo
Reviewed 24 October 2015

The three centuries old Nigerian:“EYO of EKO” is a visual symbol that adorn many places of historical and culture importance. This large life-like statue is in the front of the EKO Hotel in Lagos. This EYO costume is usually worn by the “Oba” or I...More

3  Thank Thomas W
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