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|Central Region, South Ghana|
|Elevation||80 m (260 ft)|
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Abura-Dunkwa is low-lying with loose quaternary sands and it rises up to 80 metres above sea level. The town is drained by a number of rivers and streams, including the Offin River, Birim River and small streams.
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