Now, Jamestown is not only known for the Lighthouse but its beautiful culture, The annual Chale Wote Street Art Festival, which has introduced a vibrant alternative visual and performance culture projected by artists based in Ghana and around the world, architecture consisting of colonial remains seeded with shacks made of wooden bars and concrete.
These structures line the shoreline of Jamestown where large canoes with rice-sack sails among cloth separations and makeshift cabins made by the hardworking fishers, and boxing activities, for nurturing and supporting the sport with over 20 gyms producing some of the world’s best boxers like Azumah Nelson, Ike Quartey, and Joshua ‘The Hitter’ Clottey, as well.
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