Ivory Coast imam defends protection of historic mosques

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Several mosques in Ivory Coast could soon be declared UNESCO World Heritage sites. One of these historic buildings in the village of Sorobango was inspired by Sudanese architecture and tradition.

An 89-year-old imam told us why it’s so important to the community.

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