Ghana in World Map - File Information
|Map Name||Ghana in World Map|
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|PDF Size||0.14 MB|
|JPG Size||0.31 MB|
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|Image Height||750 Pixels|
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Ghana in World Map - Summary
We are providing Ghana country map in PDF, PNG, and JPG. Through the given link below, You can download the Ghana country map from the World map.
Ghana is a West African country that picked up independence from British colonial rule on March 6, 1957. It has an area of 238,535 square kilometers, making it the 80th biggest nation in the world. The country is bordered by Côte d’Ivoire to the west, Burkina Faso to the north, Togo to the east, and the Gulf of Guinea to the south.
The capital and biggest city of Ghana is Accra, which is domestic to over 22 Lakh individuals. The official language of Ghana is English, but there are over 80 other languages talked in the country, including Twi, Fante, and Ewe. The larger part of Ghanaians practices Christianity, with smaller populations practicing Islam, conventional religions, and other religions.
Ghana’s economy is one of the fastest-growing in Africa, with a GDP of around $70 billion as of 2021. The country’s main exports include gold, cocoa, oil, and timber, which account for a significant portion of its revenue. The service sector is additionally a crucial part of the economy, with tourism, financial administration, and telecommunications playing key roles.
Ghana has a diverse and wealthy social legacy, with different ethnic groups each contributing interesting conventions, music, and cooking. The nation is additionally known for its colorful festivals, such as the Homowo celebration of the Ga people, the Aboakyer celebration of the Efutu people, and the Bakatue festival of the Anlo people.
The Ghanaian government is a unitary presidential constitutional popular government, with a President elected every four years. The nation encompasses a long history of law-based stability, with peaceful transitions of power occurring regularly since 1992.
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