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Cultural Expansion[edit]

I’ve recently been researching the aspects of the Togo page in both English and French and wanted to suggest making some edits. I’ve found that the French page has a few more subtitles under culture that the English page lacks, such as the holidays that are celebrated and their food culture. While these are included in the French page, they are not done extensively which is why I would also suggest consolidating some more information on food culture found on the “Togolese Cuisine” Wikipedia page. In my opinion, these changes would make the page more rounded and provide viewers with more information without having to toggle between different pages.

Holidays: While they share Christmas, New Year’s and Labor Day, they also celebrate Martyrs’ Day on the 21st of June and their Independence Day on the 27th of April.

Food: While the French page mentions a few authentic drinks from the country, the cuisine page provides a detailed list of native dishes that are consistent with other travel sites. These dishes include: akume, pâté, fufu, riz sauce d’arachide, and others.

Goliath1010 (talk) 12:55, 22 February 2017 (UTC)Goliath1010 (February 22, 2017)


Population stats.[edit]

I just noticed that in the french wikipedia article of TOGO, there is a more updated population and population desity statistics. According to the french version, this is the statistics: Rank 106th 5,399,236 people 95 people/km² Extimated 2006

I don't exactly know how to convert people/km² into people/miles², nor do i know how to edit this on wikipedia (properly). I also am really busy and don't have the time to figure out how to edit several articles and their statistics.

I just thought I should point out that they need to be updated. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Anonymous (May 10, 2007),

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Plan to remove (January 2010) tag at head of article. (Announced: April 28, 2013)[edit]

  • This tag is dated January 2010. That is over three years ago. There have been hundreds of edits since then. I am assuming that the concerns expressed by this tag have been mostly resolved. Should the tag be removed? Your comments will help either way.

{{multiple issues|original research=January 2010|refimprove=January 2010|tone=January 2010}}

Submitted by: DonaldRichardSands (talk) 09:52, 28 April 2013 (UTC)

I would agree with this. 2 more years have passed. There's nothing on this talk page about what the issues are. --fudoreaper (talk) 05:09, 30 May 2015 (UTC)

Bad reference[edit]

The link for Togo#cite_note-ilab-39 is broken. kml (talk) 13:53, 19 December 2014 (UTC)

school[edit]

how is school? do you like it? I don't like it. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 108.28.245.242 (talk) 23:46, 14 March 2017 (UTC)