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Traditional round mud and thatch houses forming a family compound in Northern Ghana, near Tamale. - Image: ZSM

About Ghana

Satellite view is showing Ghana the western African country bordering the Gulf of Guinea, with a southern coastline.
Ghana has a population of almost 24 million inhabitants. Capital city of Ghana is Accra.
Spoken languages are English (official) and West African languages.

Countries with international borders to Ghana are Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), and Togo.

Ghana is in Frommer's list of Top Destinations 2012. The country is described as: "Ghana provides a perfect introduction to African travel. True, this small and amiable West African nation lacks the big name draws associated with the continent's top safari destinations. But for anybody seeking a holistic experience that embraces traditional and contemporary cultures as well as beaches and safaris, Ghana's microcosmic travel circuit is the perfect African primer."

The map shows Ghana with cities, towns, expressways, main roads and streets.
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Local Time Ghana:
Monday-November-30  04:23  
Time Zone: no time offset of GMT/UTC 0 hour.
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