Maps of Ghana. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Ghana. All cities of Ghana on the maps.
Maps of Ghana:
- Detailed administrative map of Ghana. Ghana detailed administrative map.
- Detailed administrative map of Ghana with region capitals. Ghana detailed administrative map with region capitals.
- Detailed Ghana location map. Ghana detailed location map.
- Detailed physical map of Ghana. Ghana detailed physical map.
- Detailed political map of Ghana. Ghana detailed political map.
- Detailed relief and political map of Ghana. Ghana detailed relief and political map.
- Detailed road and physical map of Ghana. Ghana detailed road and physical map.
- Detailed road map of Ghana. Ghana detailed road map.
- Detailed road map of Ghana in Chinese. Ghana detailed road map in chinese.
- Detailed topographical map of Ghana. Ghana detailed topographical map.
- Ghana location map. Map of Ghana location.
- Large detailed administrative and political map of Ghana. Ghana large administrative and political map.
- Large detailed administrative map of Ghana. Ghana large detailed administrative map.
- Large detailed map of Ghana 1946. Ghana large detailed map of 1946.
- Large detailed tourist map of Ghana.
- Map of Ghana. Ghana map.
Ghana – short description:
Ghana’s landscapes are rich in natural beauty with narrow grasslands stretching inland from the coast, dense rainforests offering national parks such as the Kakum, dry savannah and forested hills.
The largest man made lake in the world is the Lake Volta, in which the Black and White Volta Rivers merge into. The coastline boasts magnificent stretches of sandy beaches with palm trees and lagoons.
In the nature parks there are many species to be spotted, including antelope, monkeys, lions, elephants and many birds and butterflies, which are plentiful in the Ghana forests.
Ghana is also rich in history boasting 42 European forts and castles, amongst which are the Cape Coast and Elmina Castles listed as UNESCO Heritage Monuments.
There are many colorful traditional festivals throughout Ghana, where there is a lot of pomp and ceremony as well as the African bazaars and open markets.
The climate is a tropical one, hot and humid in the north and the forests, with two rainy seasons going from March to July and from September to October.
The people from Ghana are called Ghanaians.