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Map of Volta district in Ghana

Basic information about Volta
Volta Region (or Volta), is one of Ghana's ten administrative regions, with Ho designated as its capital. It is located west of Republic of Togo and to the east of Lake Volta. It contains twenty five administrative districts with several ethnic groups, such as, the Ewe people who speak the Ewe language, the Guan peoples, and the Akan folks. The Guan peoples include the Lolobi, Likpe, Akpafu, Buem, and Nkonya people etc.; they are however believed to be the foremost Neolithic groups to have settled in the area including the outlying regions.
Cities, towns & villages in Volta
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KpanduKpando is a town and capital of Kpando Municipal District in the northern Volta Region of Ghana. It is near the north eastern arm of Lake Volta and the Togo border. Kpando is the fifty-fourth most populous in Ghana, in terms of population, with a population of 28,334 people. Kpando is connected by ferry and road to Gbefi, Hohoe, Ho and Dambai. The Kpando Municipality is a district of Ghana in the Volta Region. It is one of the oldest administrative districts in Ghana. Show Kpanduon the map
HohoeHohoe is a town and the capital of the mountainous Hohoe Municipality of the Volta Region of Ghana, with its beautiful climate and many tourist attractions like the Wli Waterfalls. Hohoe is the thirty-fifth most populous settlement in Ghana, in terms of population, with a population of 56,202 people. Hohoe is between Lake Volta and the border of Togo. Hohoe is connected by road to Kpandu and Ho in Ghana; and Kpalimé and Badou in Togo. Show Hohoeon the map
KetaKeta is a town in the Volta Region of Ghana. It is the capital of the Keta Municipal District. Keta is the sixty-first most populous settlement in Ghana in terms of population, with a population of 23,207. Parts of the town were devastated by sea erosion between the 1960s and 1980s. Keta is mentioned in Maya Angelou's All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes. Show Ketaon the map
HoHo is a town and the capital of Ho Municipal District and the Volta Region of Ghana. Ho lies between Mount Adaklu and Mount Galenukui (Togo Atakora Range), and is home to a museum, a cathedral and a large prison. Ho has a settlement population of 96,213 people. It was the capital of British Togoland. Show Hoon the map
AflaoAflao is a town in Ketu South District in the Volta Region on Ghana's Togolese (eastern) border. Aflao is the twenty-eighth most populous settlement in Ghana, in terms of population, with a population of 66,546 people. In the 18th century, Aflao served as one of the major markets for the slave trade. Show Aflaoon the map
AnlogaAnloga (Angloga or Awunaga) is a town in Keta District of the Volta Region in southeast Ghana. It lies east of the Volta River and just south of the Keta Lagoon. Anloga is the forty-seventh most populous in Ghana, in terms of population, with a population of 35,933 people. Show Anlogaon the map
AgbosomeKlikor is a town in the Volta Region of Ghana. The town is known for the Klikor Secondary Technical School. The school is a second cycle teller machine is another problem the citizens of the town are facing. Show Agbosomeon the map
NogokpoNogokpo is a small village located in the Ketu South Municipal of the Volta Region of Ghana along the Trans–West African Coastal Highway. It is noted for its traditional and spiritual shrine. Show Nogokpoon the map
DenuDenu is a small town which is the capital of Ketu South Municipal, a district on the south-eastern corner of the Volta Region of Ghana, near the Ghana–Togo border. Show Denuon the map
TokorTokor is a village in the Ketu Municipal district, a district on the south-eastern corner of the Volta Region of Ghana, near the Ghana-Togo border. Show Tokoron the map
DzodzeDzodze is a small town and is the capital of Ketu North district, a district in the south eastern corner of the Volta Region of Ghana. Show Dzodzeon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Volta
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Volta RegionVolta Region (or Volta), is one of Ghana's ten administrative regions, with Ho designated as its capital. It is located west of Republic of Togo and to the east of Lake Volta. It contains twenty five administrative districts with several ethnic groups, such as, the Ewe people who speak the Ewe language, the Guan peoples, and the Akan folks. The Guan peoples include the Lolobi, Likpe, Akpafu, Buem, and Nkonya people etc.; they are however believed to be the foremost Neolithic groups to have settled in the area including the outlying regions.Show on map
KetaKeta is a town in the Volta Region of Ghana. It is the capital of the Keta Municipal District. Keta is the sixty-first most populous settlement in Ghana in terms of population, with a population of 23,207. Parts of the town were devastated by sea erosion between the 1960s and 1980s. Keta is mentioned in Maya Angelou's All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes.Show on map
Ketu South DistrictThe Ketu South Municipal formerly Ketu South District is one of the 25 districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. The administrative capital is Denu. The district is bonded by Togo to the east, the Gulf of Guinea to the south, Keta Municipal District to the west and Ketu North District to the north.Show on map
Adaklu-AnyigbeThe Adaklu-Anyigbe District was one of the eighteen (18) districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. Its capital and administrative centre was Agortime-Kpetoe. In 2012, this districted was divided into the Adaklu District and the Agotime Ziope District.Show on map
Akatsi DistrictThe Akatsi District was one of 18 districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. Its capital and administrative centre was Akatsi. As of 2012, this district was divided into two, resulting in the Akatsi North District and the Akatsi South District.Show on map
KpandoThe Kpando Municipal District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region. Kpando Municipal district capital and administrative centre is Kpandu.Show on map
North TonguThe North Tongu District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region. North Tongu district capital and administrative centre is Battor Dugame.Show on map
Krachi WestThe Krachi West District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region. Krachi West district capital and administrative centre is Kete Krachi.Show on map
Ketu North DistrictKetu North District or Ketu Dzigbe District is one of the 25 districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. Its capital and administrative centre is Dzodze.Show on map
BiakoyeThe Biakoye District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region. Biakoye district capital and administrative centre is Nkonya Ahenkro.Show on map
Krachi EastThe Krachi East District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region. Krach East district capital and administrative centre is Dambai.Show on map
JasikanThe Jasikan District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region. Jasikan district capital and administrative centre is Jasikan.Show on map
KadjebiThe Kadjebi District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. Kadjebi capital and administrative centre is Kadjebi.Show on map
South Tongu DistrictThe South Tongu District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region. South Tongu capital and administrative centre is Sogakope.Show on map
Nkwanta SouthThe Nkwanta South District is one of the eighteen (18) districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. Its capital and administrative centre is Nkwanta.Show on map
Nkwanta NorthThe Nkwanta North District is one of the eighteen (18) districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. Its capital and administrative centre is Kpassa.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Volta
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Tagbo FallsTagbo Falls is a waterfall near Mount Afadjato in Ghana, located at Liati Wote, approximately 27 kilometres east of the township of Hohoe.The water falls down in several stages, with the last stage being about 60 m. high. The area is surrounded by rainforest.Show on map