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Ghana

Currency:

₵ Ghana Cedi
Capital:
Area:238,540 km2
Languages: English, Adangme (in Greater Accra), Dagaare (in the Upper West Region), Dagbani (in the Northern Region), Ewe (in the Volta Region), Ga (in the Greater Accra), Gonja (in the Northern Region), Kasem (in the Upper East Region), Nzema (in the Western Region), Akuapem Twi, Asante Twi, Mfantse
: English, Adangme (in Greater Accra), Dagaare (in the Upper West Region), Dagbani (in the Northern Region), Ewe (in the Volta Region), Ga (in the Greater Accra), Gonja (in the Northern Region), Kasem (in the Upper East Region), Nzema (in the Western Region), Akuapem Twi, Asante Twi, Mfantse
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Ghana National Museum
It was officially opened by the Duchess of Kent during the Independence celebration in March, 1957. Located on Barnes Road, close to the Accra Psychiatric Hospital, the National Museum is the repository of the country’s historical and cultural treasures, as well as artifacts from other ancient African Empires. The collections range from prehistoric, archaeological discoveries to colonial antiquities and exhibits of contemporary African Art.
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Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum
This magnificent monument on High Street was erected in honour of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, a great Pan-Africanist who led the country to Independence in 1957. T
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Osu Castle
Osu Castle, formerly known as Christiansburg, was built in 1659 and named after King Christian V of Denmark. Throughout its history, the Castle changed hands among foreign competitors several times until the early 1920s.
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