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Attractions and Places to Visit in Nigeria

Nigeria: megacity, commercial nerve, touristic attraction, and land of opportunities. Nigeria has a thriving arts scene, and there are numerous galleries in the big cities showcasing works of art (both contemporary and traditional) from Nigeria and all over Africa. The countrie's many galleries & museums, which you could visit are going to make your stay in Nigeria unforgettable.

Museum Of Contemporary Art, Lagos, Nigeria

Museum Of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Lagos (MOCA, Lagos) uses the visual arts as a point of departure for exploring new and challenging inter disciplinary artistic production. Through exhibitions and public engagement programs, MOCA, Lagos aims to incite dialogues on pressing on local and global social and political issues.
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Mydrim Gallery in Nigeria

Mydrim Gallery

Established in 1992, Mydrim Gallery is one of the oldest existing galleries in Nigeria, Nigeria. The gallery is a reality borne out of a dream rooted in a passion for the beauty expressed through art.
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Omenka Gallery in Lagos

Omenka Gallery-Lagos

Omenka Gallery is a leading art gallery in Nigeria and Africa, representing a fine selection of established and emerging contemporary Nigerian and international artists working in diverse media.
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Rivers State Cultural Center in Port Harcourt

Rivers State Cultural Center-Port Harcourt

Various exhibits to be found at the Center include local artifacts from as far back as before the founding of the city of Port Harcourt, African figurines and pottery, as well as a theater where cultural dances and plays are regularly held.

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Isaac Boro Park

Isaac Boro Park-Port Harcourt

Isaac Boro Park is a public park and outdoor recreation area located along the Old GRA neighborhood of Rivers State capital, Port Harcourt. The park is named after Isaac Boro, who was one of the pioneers of minority rights activism in Nigeria.
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Abuja National Mosque in Abuja

Abuja National Mosque

The history of the National Mosque began in 1980s, when the Federal Government of Nigeria during the regime of His Excellency, President Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari decided to move from Abuja
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