Sao Sebastino Museum In Sao Tome And Principe

The fort of San Sebastian has been converted into a museum in 1976 which has numerous religious art collections and artifacts from colonial times. The fort itself was built in 1575 and serves as a heritage building. One of the major attractions for this museum is the remains of a cacao king kept in a box under his painting.

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People enjoying and sunbathing on the beach shore