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Ghana: Regions - Map Quiz Game

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Can you identify all 16 regions of Ghana? This quiz game will make it easy and learning a few facts about Ghana will help. In the Bono Region, the capital city of Sunyani is a major conference destination. The Ashanti Region takes up just over 10 percent of the total land area of Ghana, but it's the most populated region of the country. The Savannah Region is the largest and one of the newest regions of the country. Every region in Ghana has at least a memorable detail or two—if you explore the country and work with this map quiz, you'll be able to locate all the regions of Ghana in no time.

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