Ghana is a monarchy in West Africa with 23 million inhabitants. Neighboring countries are Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso and Togo. In the south, the country has a coastline along the Gulf of Guinea. Ghana consists largely of low plains. In the north there is savannah landscape. Central and southern is a plateau with pieces of rainforest. The coast consists of sandy beaches with palm trees. Lake Volta is in the east. This largest reservoir in the world is fed by the White Volta, the Black Volta and the Oti. There is a tropical climate. The capital Accra consists of 1.7 million inhabitants. Places of interest include the Christiansborg Castle (Osu), the National Museum, the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and the Independence Square with the Triumphal Arch. Other cities are Tema, Koforidua, Wa, Cape Coast, Ho, Sekondi-Takoradi, Sunyani, Kumasi, Tamale, Bolgatanga and Asamankese. The Unesco World Heritage Site lists the traditional Asante buildings and the slave forts and castles in Greater Accra, Volta and the Central and Western regions. Other sights include the Prempeh II Jubilee museum, the six caves of the Likpe in Hohoe, 20 game parks and nature reserves, the Manhyia Palace museum and the Kejetia market.

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