The Rebublic of Ghana is a 238533 km² West African state on the Gulf of Guinea, known for its diverse wildlife and secluded sandy beaches. The seat of government is in Accra, the system of government is a federal presidential constitutional republic. In Ghana live 31.1 people (as of 2020), most of whom belong to the ethnic group "Akans".
The official national currency is the "Ghanaian cedi" (GHS). The most commonly spoken languages (official languages) are English, Ahanta, Akuapem Twi and Asante Twi. The vast majority of the population professes Christianity.
Ghana is home to several national parks, game reserves and nature reserves such as the Bia, Bui or the Digya. The fauna of Ghana is extremely rich in species. In addition to tropical bird species, which are native to the rainforest, the bird life is complemented by a variety of migratory birds and, in the Volta Delta, by various water bird species. In addition, Ghana is home to numerous mammal species and reptiles.
Rebublic of Ghana