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Heritage assets have become one of the major bases of tourism in emerging economies.
To promote such assets, there have been attempts to identify, develop, catalogue and conserve them.
The inventory of heritage assets in Cape Coast, Ghana identified seventy four (74) heritage assets and these assets range from open spaces, homes, educational centres, durbar grounds and other historic relics.
Mostly built or developed before 1920, the assets were classified according to ownership and the characteristics of the heritage assets.
While some of them are still intact, others are in a state of disrepair, and others have disappeared.
Attempt should be made to restore the area of it heritage assets.
Restoration needs to consider the economic and non-economic value that may affect the development and protection of the assets for posterity and to enrich tourism products at the destination
Foster Frempong holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Tourism and a Master of Philosophy degree in Tourism from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
He is currently a Lecturer and a Researcher in Tourism at the Department of Geography and Rural Development, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.
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