Accra is the capital of the Republic of Ghana and is one of the most vibrant and fast-growing cities in West Africa. Located on the Atlantic coast of Ghana, Accra is home to over 4 million people and is known for its rich culture, music, and history. As one of the major gateways to the African continent, Accra is a mix of traditional African markets and modern malls and businesses. From its colonial history to its vibrant nightlife and welcoming people, Accra is a city bursting with character! With its diverse range of attractions, Accra has something for everyone and is the perfect place for a trivia night. From exploring the historical landmarks to testing your knowledge of Ghanaian traditions, Accra is sure to have something to challenge and entertain you.
1) What is the capital of Ghana?
2) How many districts are there in Accra?
3) When was the Accra Flagstaff House built?
4) Which university is located in Accra?
5) What is the most popular mode of transportation in Accra?
6) What is the population of Accra?
7) What is the official language of Accra?
8) What is the currency of Accra?
9) What is the temperature range of Accra?
10) What is Accra's international calling code?
11) What is the time zone of Accra?
12) Where is the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum located?
13) What is the name of the major international airport in Accra?
14) Which of the following is not a popular beach in Accra?
15) What is the altitude of Accra?
16) What is the estimated per capita income in Accra?
17) Which of the following is not a popular shopping center in Accra?
18) What is the average monthly temperature in Accra?
19) What is the most spoken language in Accra?
20) Where is the National Museum of Ghana located?
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