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Title: Ghana's Main Towns and cities
Publisher: Ghana Public Relation Department
Accra, Ghana, no date given (about 1965-70)
Softcover, 20 x 18 cm, 89 pages, numerous bw-photos and tables
About: Ghana's Main Towns and cities
Tourists everywhere look upon the land they visit with different eyes from those of the people who live there. What may therefore be common in the world of Ghanaians can be an entirely new experience to the visitor from abroad. The Tourist to Ghana will find "Ghana's Main Towns and cities" a useful and an interesting guide book. It includes maps showing the layout of each of the Regions, some pictures depicting the life of Ghanaians and places of interest in Ghana. Cultural activities and festivals in each of the regions have been included for the benefit of the Tourist. In Ghana there is an intermingling of the old and the new, of the rural community mostly engaged in farming and the urban society concerned with modern industry, commerce and public service.
This situation creates a variety of life among the people and this variety, coupled with the diversities in the country's physical features, scenery and culture, hold many attractions to the Tourist who will also find Ghanaians a friendly, hospitable and warm-hearted people without any trace of racial or national prejudices. Accra, the fast growing capital of Ghana, maintains its busy life as well as its tropical and verdant atmosphere. Tema, a splendid township and port, harbours most of Ghana's fast growing industries and Akosombo, where the construction of the Volta dam has given rise to a great source of hydro-electric power, supplies Ghana with most of its electric power.
In Kumasi, the visitor can see the richness of Ghana's culture at its highest, in the magnificence of the Ashanti chiefs' regalia and a variety of ancestral relics at the cultural centre. These are but some of the impressions that we hope the visitor may gather and what we hope will always remind him of a wonderful country. Accra, the fast growing capital of Ghana, maintains its busy life as well as its tropical and verdant atmosphere. Tema, a splendid township and port, harbours most of Ghana's fast growing industries and Akosombo, where the construction of the Volta dam has given rise to a great source of hydro-electric power, supplies Ghana with most of its electric power.
Content: Ghana's Main Towns and cities
FORTS AND CASTLES IN GHANA
APPENDIX A (Calender of Festivals)
APPENDIX B (Mileage Chart)