It is all the way to Cape Coast in the Central Region. Cape coast is a land of pride and the former capital Ghana(then Gold Coast).Cape Coast is the among the major attraction destination in the country and a rich body of the history of Ghana our motherland.
The best second cycle schools and colleges in Ghana are located in Cape Coast in the Central region. The first Secondary School in Ghana is Mfantsipim School which is also proudly located in Cape Coast. Wesley Girls High School, Holy Child School, Adisadel College and St Augustine's College are other top schools located in Cape Coast in the Central Region of Ghana.
The University of Cape Coast, UCC for short, comes only behind the University of Ghana(UG) and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(KNUST) as the foremost Universities in Ghana.
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Tourists attractions in Cape Coast
The Cape Coast Beach is one the most beautiful beaches along the coast of the Gulf of Guinea. Unlike most beaches of its kind, the Cape Coast Beach is serene though it hosts scores of people on a weekly basis. It is a tourist’s favourite. The Cape Coast Museum rakes in the cash from visits year in, year out.
The Kotokuraba Market
The newly constructed Kotokuraba market in Cape Coast is an edifice. When completed there will be no regrets. It will be one of the top markets in West Africa, no doubt! The market will span a wide length and will be a complete town when finished.
Photo: Kotokuraba Market Credit: buzzghana.com
A world-class stadium in Cape Coast was the only missing link in Cape coast prior. It is finally here and the Coaster will take their rightful place in the sports archives of Ghana in due course. mark it. The eye-catch Sports Stadium is a gem in sight and per facilities. Quality is the perfect description of the Cape Coast stadium
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The Coasters like their tea and their newspaper is seldom far from them. He or she will mesmerise you with some crisp speech in either Fante or English. And yes, they speak English best in Ghana. If your ears are lucky to discern a sweet mixture of a Fante cum English speech of a Coaster, your day may be made already.
Come along, jump unto the Cape Coast train. There is just one more seat for you
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