THE GREENWICH MERIDIAN ROUTE IN AFRICA

The route starts in Algeria, at the small village of Stidia, and for many kilometres it runs almost parallel to the N6 as it crosses the Sahara desert. It crosses Mali and then enters Burkina Faso through the Sahel desert. Later on, it enters and leaves Togo, before finally reaching Ghana, where it ends at Tema, a few kilometres to the east of Accra, just after crossing the River Volta.
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