Togo

Prayer times in Togo

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About Togo

Togo is a West African gem, sharing borders with Ghana, Benin, and Burkina Faso, and with its southern border opening up to the Gulf of Guinea. This slim but culturally rich nation is among the smallest in Africa, yet it is home to over 40 ethnic groups each with their unique customs and traditions. French is the official language, but Ewe and Kabiye are widely spoken. With Lomé as its capital and largest city, Togo dazzles with a mixture of old and modern world charm. Known for its palm-lined beaches and well-preserved colonial architecture, the city is an introduction to the varied landscapes that stretch towards the north of the country. A central band of hills and mountains, including the Togo Mountains and Mount Agou – the country’s highest peak, divides the coastal savanna in the south from the dry northern savanna plains. Togo's economy is reliant on agriculture and it is one of the world's largest producers of phosphate. Its cuisine is just as diverse as its cultural makeup, with maize, yams, and legumes making up the staple diet, and 'Fufu' – a traditional soup, being a national favorite. Despite facing socio-economic challenges, Togo is a treasure trove of experiences for the adventurous, from exploring the Akodessewa Voodoo Market – the largest of its kind in the world, to the national parks teeming with wildlife.