igbo-ukwu museum(History of the Igbo People) – By Ekemode Seun

Igbo-Ukwu (Igbo: Great Igbo) is a town in the Nigerian state of Anambra in the southeastern part of the country.

Some of these contain materials that are evidence of a long-distance trading system extending to Egypt.

The three sites include Igbo Isaiah (a shrine), Igbo Richard (a burial chamber), and Igbo Jonah (a cache). “The inhabitants of Igbo-Ukwu had a metal-working art that flourished as early as the ninth century.



If you would love to visit the museum here is the details:

AddressVery close to Union Hospital Along Nnobi-Ekwulobia Road, Nnobi-Ekwulobia Rd, Igbo Ukwu


Thursday 8am–4am
Friday 8am–4am
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday 8am–4am
Tuesday 8am–4am
Wednesday 8am–4am

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Phone0701 789 5370


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