History of Lagos

Lagos is a modern port city located in Niger. Lagos is one of the most populated cities in the world. Growth patterns around the world and in the city say the city is growing very fast. In order to accurately represent the number, the city ranked seventh in terms of its growth relative to other cities. The locals, who inhabited the city in the early days, called you Tububa and the city went by the name Eco. It had a pivotal place in history that was recorded as a war city. The modern name of Lagos was given in Portuguese, which emphasizes its relation to the sea as it means lakes. The current urban population is made up of native immigrants who have settled in the area over the years.

The first connection made by the Portuguese was through the explorer Rui de Sequeira, who was the pioneer who visited the area in 1472, during a race to explore the borders of planet Earth, he was the one who eventually named the city Lago de Curamo. . Lagos has another historical aspect, as it was discovered in 1400, when it was explored at its peak, so Lagos, Portugal, became a world famous control point for exploring the African coast and expanding the roots of civilized life in the heart of Africa. Since 1404-1889 it has some dark secrets to tell, as the city served as the main slave trade center. In 1841 an attempt was made to ban the slave trade, but it was a very futile attempt and the practice continued, but there was a riot in the pocket. The slave trade was banned by the Revolution in 1851 and the modern city was on its way to modern success.