Cotton Tree, Freetown is one of the sites which you cannot miss in this part of Sierra Leone. The Cotton Tree stands for peace, prosperity and freedom. The beautiful city of Freetown is the capital and largest city of Sierra Leone. Apart from this, it is also a major port on the Atlantic Ocean. The city is located in the Western Area of the country on the Sierra Leone peninsula. Besides being the hub of the administration, economy, commerce, education and communications, Freetown is also the cultural center of the nation. Cotton Tree, Freetown is one of the most enduring images of the city and the most emblematic symbols signifying perhaps the most important section of the history of the country.

Freetown, with its large numbers of places of historical and cultural interest and a quaint charm of its own, has become a popular tourist destination in this part of Sierra Leone. Away from the rushes of the 'touristy' crowds, Freetown is slowly emerging on the global tourist map as one of the most sought after places the modern-day travelers are flocking to like never before.

The Cotton Tree today has become a site for offering prayers for peace and prosperity. It is one of the most well known and most frequently visited tourist attractions in Freetown.

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