Ghana

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Ghana
Forests and Woodlands, Ashanti region, South Ghana.jpg

Weald in Asanteland
Ghana Fāna
Coat of arms of Ghana.svg
Þēodlic cwide: Freedom and Justice
(Englisc: "Freols and Riht")
Þēodlic anstefn: God Bless Our Homeland Ghana
("God Bletse Ūre Eard Ghanan")
Ghana (orthographic projection).svg
Folces gereord Nīwu Englisc
Elles gereordas Mandigo, Fula
Wolof, Serer
Jola
Hēafodstōl Accra
Brego Nana Akufo-Addo Foresittend
Brādnes 92,099 mīla in feowerscytum
Menniscu 27,043,093
Feoh cedi GHS
Tīdgyrdel Eallic tīd 0 in winter
Eallic tīd +1 in sumor
Sundorrīcehad 6 Hrēþmōnaþ 1957 of Bretwarum
Webbnamena tægl .gm

Ghana is land on westernum Affrican. He līþ be sǣrīman on þæm Guinea Byhte se is Westsǣs earm, and he hæfþ be him se Elpendbānrīman bewesten, Togoland beēasten him and Burkina Faso benorþenhim.

Ǣr hātt þis land 'Se Gyldna Rīm' þan wæs hit Brittiscu landbūnes. Þan weard se Gyldna Rīm sundorrīce nām he þone naman 'Ghana' se mænþ "Beorncyning" in þæm Soninke gereord,[1] forþæm þe in geardagum wæs cynedōm be swylcum naman in Westaffrice þærof brōhtedon Arabwarum micel gold.

Þæs rīces hēafodstōl is Accra.

Ghana is dǣl þære Þēodacynewīse and man spricð Nīwenglisc sprǣc and manigfealdu Affriciscu gereord.

Frūman[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. Jackson, John G. (2001) Introduction to African Civilizations, Citadel Press, p. 201, ISBN 0-8065-2189-9.


Land on Affrice

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