Agreeable, if unexciting, Sikasso stands at the heart of a relatively lush region that is known as the ‘market garden of Mali’. Physical evidence of Sikasso’s fascinating history has eroded over time, although the mud-brick tata (town wall), that fell to French cannons in 1898, is still visible in places. Sikasso was the last Malian town to resist French colonialism, and King Babemba Traore chose to kill himself...
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