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Machtige en rijke ashanti koninkrijk van de late 18e tot eind 19e eeuw belichaamt. The buildings include ten shrinesfetish houses (abirim, asawase, asenemaso, bodwease, ejisu besease, adarko.). Asante traditional buildings is a world heritage site in ghana, which is a collection of 10 traditionally built buildings from the time of the ashanti empire in the area. The asante kingdom had its golden age in the 18th century, fell during the british occupation of the area from 1806 to 1901, and most asante buildings of the period were destroyed during the era. Conservation practice in ghana a case study the fetish house at asawasi (ashanti) introduction this case study is intended to illustrate current progress in ghana in the fields of documentation and conserva-tion of ancient buildings. The asante traditional buildings are the only surviving examples of traditional ashanti architecture. Their design and construction, consisting of a timber framework filled up with clay and thatched with sheaves of leaves, is rare nowadays. Asante traditional buildings reflect and reinforce a complex and intricate technical, religious and spiritual heritage. The traditional religion, still practiced in the asante shrines, takes the form of consulting with the deities to seek advice on specific situations, or before an important initiative. The buildings consist of four rooms around a quadrangular courtyard. Three of the rooms (those for drumming, singing and cooking) are open, while the fourth (the actual shrine) is closed to all but the priest and his assistants. Kumasi, populary known as the garden city of west africa, is among the largest metropolitan cities in ghana which is part of the 30 metropolitan districts in ashanti region. We have gathered some of the top 5 facts to know about kumasi. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of issuus. Download pdf sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s) httpquod.