History of Lagos

Lagos – a modern port city located in Niger. Lagos – one of the most densely populated cities around the world. According to the model around the world and growth in the city, said that the city is growing very rapidly. According to the project at a very precise quantitative level of the city, took seventh place in its growth compared to other cities. The natives who inhabited the city in the early days, called Varva, and the city was named Eco. He occupied a key place in history, as recorded in the city of war. The modern name of the Lagos won the Portuguese language, which emphasizes its connection with the sea, as it means the lake. The current population of the city is made up of the original natives, immigrants who settled in the area for many years.

The first connection made by the Portuguese, it was through the explorer Rui de Sequeira, when he was a pioneer, who visited the site visit in 1472, during the race for the study of the boundaries of the planet Earth. He was the one who finally called the city as Lago de Kurama. Lagos is another historic aspect, as it was discovered in 1400, when intelligence was at its peak, so Lagos, Portugal, was a city that has become as famous crossing point for the whole world to get to explore the coast of Africa, and to expand the roots civilized life. in the heart of Africa. In 1404-1889 years he has some dark secrets, when the city served as a major center of the slave trade. In 1841 an attempt was made to prohibit the sale of slaves, but it was very useless attempt, and this practice continued, but in a pocket was a mutiny. In 1851 the slave trade was banned after the revolution, and became a modern city on the path of modern success.