Abor, Ghana

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Abaw,[1] Abo[2]
Abor is located in Ghana
Location in Ghana
Coordinates: 6°03′39″N 0°51′49″E / 6.06083°N 0.86361°E / 6.06083; 0.86361Coordinates: 6°03′39″N 0°51′49″E / 6.06083°N 0.86361°E / 6.06083; 0.86361
Country Flag of Ghana.svg Ghana
Region Volta Region
District Keta Municipal District
Elevation 55 m (183 ft)
Time zone GMT
 • Summer (DST) GMT (UTC)

Abor (Abↄ) is a Town in the Keta Municipal District of the Volta Region in southeast Ghana. Abor lies east of the Volta River and just north of the Keta Lagoon.


From the European perspective Abor was a part of the Dutch "area of influence" of Keta beginning about 1784, until taken over by the British and then folded into the British Gold Coast colony, which subsequently became Ghana.


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