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|District||Keta Municipal District|
|Elevation||55 m (183 ft)|
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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.
- "Abor Map — Satellite Images of Abor" Maplandia World Gazetteer
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