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Ghana Infrastructures; Roads

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Ghana Infrastructures & Roads: Illustrator
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Vector map of Ghana that shows the main infrastructure of the country. The main roads and airport. Also shows the country borderline, provinces borderline, the most important cities of the country, and the main lakes of the country and neighbouring countries.

Ghana Infrastructures; Roads

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Vector map of Ghana that shows the main infrastructure of the country. In Ghana there is only one airport which is located in the city of Accra. The two main ports are in the cities of Sekondi and Accra. The main road that passes in the country are two highways, one that unites it with Brukina Faso and Ghana cross from north to south, and the highway that goes from east to west and south of the country and linking Ghana to Togo and Ivory Coast. The railway is present south of the country, connecting the cities of Accra, Koforidua and Kumasi.