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What countries border Ghana?

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The countries that border Ghana are Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire and Togo. Ghana is situated in West Africa and borders the Gulf of Guinea. Ghana has a total area of approximately 99,100 miles, making it the 82nd largest country in the world. Ghana is a little smaller than Oregon.

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What countries border Ghana?
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Ghana has a coastline that stretches for about 350 miles. The capital city of Ghana is Accra, and the official national language is English. Ghana has a total population of 25.8 million people, as of 2014, making it the 49th most populous country in the world. Ghana has a tropical climate with a wet and dry season. Ghana receives approximately 30 inches of rainfall a year.

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