Articles in Togo ( 54 )

54 Articles of interest in Togo

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  • Lomé–Tokoin Airport

    Lomé–Tokoin Airport (IATA: LFW, ICAO: DXXX), also known as Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport, is an airport in Lomé, the capital of Togo. In 2004, the airport served 234,557 passengers.

  • Kpalimé

    Kpalimé is a city in the Plateaux Region of Togo, 120 km north of Lomé and 15 km from the Ghanaian border. It is the administrative capital of the Kloto Prefecture. Kpalimé has a population of 75,084, making it the fourth-biggest town in Togo, after…

  • Sokodé

    Sokodé is the second largest city in Togo and seat of the Tchaoudjo and Centrale Region in the center of the country, 339 kilometres (211 mi) north of Lomé. With a population of 86,500 (2004), currently at around 113,000, the city is situated betwee…

  • Kara, Togo

    Kara is a city in northern Togo, situated in Kara Region, 413 km north of the capital Lomé. Kara is the capital of the Kara region and, according to the 2010 census, had a population of 94,878. The Kara River flows through the city and is their main…

  • Aného

    Aného is a town in southeastern Togo. It is situated 45 km east of the capital Lomé, between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Togo in Maritime Region. Historically it was known under the name Little Popo and it had a Portuguese slave market. It later bec…

  • Dapaong

    Dapaong (also known as Dapaongo or Dapango) is a city in northern Togo and prefecture seat of Tône in the Savanes Region, of which it is also the capital. It had a population of 58,071 at the 2010 Census. It is situated 638 km north of the capital L…

  • Tchamba

    The name Tchamba stands for both a city located in Tchamba Prefecture in the Centrale Region of Togo, and the tribe living in that area.

  • Mango, Togo

    Mango, formerly Sansanné-Mango , is a city in northern Togo. It is situated on the Oti River in the Savanes Region. The town is located near Kéran National Park and 26 km from the border with Ghana.

  • Lake Togo

    Lake Togo (French: Lac Togo) is the largest part of a lagoon in Togo, separated from the head by a narrow coastal strip. It is shallow and a popular location for water sports. Towns on the lake's shore include Agbodrafo and Togoville.

  • Koutammakou

    Koutammouko, the Land of the Batammariba is a cultural landscape designated in 2004 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Togo. The area features traditional mud tower-houses which remain the preferred style of living. The traditional mud hous…

  • Togo Mountains

    The Togo Mountains is a mountain range which stretches across the central region of the West African country of Togo and across the eastern and western borders of that country into Ghana and Benin. In Ghana, the range is also known as the Akwapim Hi…

  • Stade de Kégué

    Stade de Kégué is a multi-use stadium in Lomé, Togo. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 30,000 people and opened in 2000. It was designed by Chinese architect Yang Zhou.

  • Notsé

    Notsé (Notsie, Nuatja) is a town in the Plateaux Region of Togo. It is the capital of Haho Prefecture and is situated 95 km north of the capital Lomé.

  • Badou

    Badou is a town in western Togo near the Ghanaian border, in Plateaux Region. Its main industries are cocoa- and coffee-farming.

  • Kloto

    Kloto is a prefecture located in the Plateaux Region of Togo. The prefecture seat is located in Kpalimé.

  • Bunkpurugu

    Bunkpurugu is a small town and is the capital of Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo district, a district in the Northern Region of Ghana.

  • Boukoumbé

    Boukoumbé or Boukombé is a town, arrondissement and commune in north western Benin on the border with Togo. It is known for its market, its whipping ceremony and for its tradition of pipe making.

  • Hotel du 2 Fevrier

    Hôtel du 2 Février is a six-star hotel in Lomé, Togo on Place De L'Indépendance street. It is by far the tallest building in Togo, standing at 102m. Because it is the only high-rise in Lomé (and in Togo), it is visible from just about anywhere in th…

  • Mount Agou

    Mount Agou (earlier known as Mount Baumann) is the highest mountain in Togo at 986 metres (3234 ft.). Near the Ghana border, it lies to the south east of Kpalimé in the Plateaux Region of Togo. Mount Agou is part of an extreme western outlier of the…

  • Ahepe

    Ahepe ("Ahépé" in French) is a village (now canton) in the south east of Togo. Ahepe literally means "the house of Ahe". It is the largest village in Togo. Founded ca. 1732, it is located approximately 63 km from Lomé, the political capital of Togo.…