Ouidah

town, southern Benin, West Africa. It lies along the Gulf of Guinea. The town was the main port of the Kingdom of Abomey in the 18th and 19th ... [2 related articles]
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Ouidah

Ouidah (wē'dä) or Whydah (hwī'du) , town (1992 pop. 32,474), S Benin, a port on the Gulf of Guinea. It was the capital of a small state founded about the 16th cent. From the early 17th cent., Portuguese, French, and Dutch traders were intermittently active at Ouidah, whose n...
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Ouidah

Ouidah ə, also Whydah ə or Juda, is a city on the Atlantic coast of Benin. The commune covers an area of 364 square kilometres and as of 2002 had a population of 76,555 people. ==History== In local tradition Kpase is supposed to have founded the town. This probably happened towards the end of the sixteenth century. The town was originally known ...
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