The Koutammakou is a cultural landscape located in northeastern Togo and is home to the Tammari people whose unique mud towers have come to be seen as a symbol of Togo. The area is one of the most scenic in the country, with stunning mountain landscapes, farmland and forests. The Tammari people are known for their dancing, traditional songs, social setups in clans, initiation ceremonies, religious beliefs and their peaceful living. Koutammakou is a hilly area surrounded by savanna type vegetation which portrays the natural beauty of the land and its rich heritage and culture.