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Top 6 things to do in Kano
Situated on the place of the unique emir's fort, which is the contemporary one sits contrasting, it is a delightful example of old-fashioned Hausa construction. The gallery has a captivating photographic past of Kano, and exhibits on Islam and old-style values & principles.
People admiring to eat like a natural, can visit here as their superior plate has a bit of the whole thing in a portion, but also attempt its specialities splashed down with a glass of hibiscus tea.
Apart from the multitude are the Kofar Dye Pits, where azure cloth has been decorated for some centuries. Clothes are for sale, ranges from around the design.
An arts centre in an attractively restored old-fashioned house showcasing district crafts and traditional costumes!
This event is held after the holy month of, known as the Kano Durbar ; this is amongst the leading carnivals of its kind in the country. It comprises an attractive cavalry procession containing baroquely garbed men and vibrantly decorated horses bordered by choirs. There is pounding, choral and massed cavalry custodies.
With tons of stands in a huge area, Kurmi Bazaar is among the major arcades in Africa and is the metropolis's main magnetism. It's a hub for African trades, comprising gold and silver crafts, and all types of cloth material.
8 facts about Kano
Kano is a city situated in Nigeria; the centre of the Kano State.
It is the third major city in Nigeria after Ibadan and Lagos.
About 3.6 million inhabitants call Kano their home place.
Kano has long been the financial hub of northern Nigeria.
Kano city is the place where the Kano river development was established.
Agriculture is the main economic activity and provides work to more than 90% of the people.
Kano is well-familiar as a hub for cultural arts and crafts such as weaving, ceramic objects and wood carving.
Beautiful Kano leather materials are exported to Europe and North America.