Salaga Slave Market was an 18th-century slave market located in Salaga, a town in the Savannah Region of Ghana. Prior to colonization, Salaga was a leading market center in West Africa for the movement of slaves along the trans-Saharan routes among African kingdoms.

In the 18th-century, during colonization, the Salaga Slave Market served as an important market where slaves were transported to the coast for export as part of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. The Salaga Slave Cemetery and slave warehouse can be found in the slave market area. 

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