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Ghana is located in northwestern Africa. The exact location of Ghana is 4° to 12°N latitudes and 4°W to 2°E longitudes. The Prime Meridian passes through the town of Tema, so the country lies in both the Western and Eastern hemispheres.

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The country of Ghana is located in western Africa. Ghana is situated between Cote d'Ivoire and Togo, and it also borders Burkina Faso. Ghana is bordered by the Gulf of Guinea to the south.

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Ghanaian cuisine consists mainly of thick stews, sauces or soups with meat accompanied by starchy staple foods, such as rice or boiled yams. Some other staples include cassava, plantain, millet, sorghum, beans, maize, cocoyam leaves and sweet potatoes. Diets tend to vary depending on location.

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The capital of Ghana is Accra, which is located along the southern border of the country. Ghana is situated in western Africa, bordering the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean. It is bordered by the countries of Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Togo.

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The University of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and the University of Cape Coast are universities in Ghana. These are three of the eight public universities located in Ghana as of 2015.

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A TIN is a taxpayer identification number. It is assigned by the Internal Revenue Service or the Social Security Administration to identify American taxpayers and citizens. When issued from the SSA, the TIN is an SSN or a social security number.

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Although there is no official religion in Ghana, approximately 71.2 percent of Ghana's population is Christian, as of 2015, according to the CIA website. However, Muslims make up about 17.6 percent of population while traditional or ancestor-based religions account for nearly 5.2 percent of the tota

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In Ghana, many people put on Western attire, including shirts and pants, or dresses, while others wear clothing made of the traditional kente cloth. In both cases, the ability to purchase expensive items, whether Western or of kente, is an important status symbol within Ghana.

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Before 1957 Ghana was called the Gold Coast. Portuguese explorers in the 15th century found a vast amount of the precious metal there, but it was English colonizers who dubbed the country the Gold Coast.

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The Republic of Ghana is on the west coast of Africa between Ivory Coast and Togo. The country is bordered by Burkina Faso to the north and the Gulf of Guinea to the south.