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Denu Adafienu
District capital
Aerial view of Denu junction
Denu Adafienu is located in Ghana
Denu Adafienu
Denu Adafienu
Location of Denu in Ghana
Coordinates: 06°06′04″N 01°08′52″E / 6.10111°N 1.14778°E / 6.10111; 1.14778Coordinates: 06°06′04″N 01°08′52″E / 6.10111°N 1.14778°E / 6.10111; 1.14778
RegionVolta Region
DistrictKetu South Municipal
8 m (26 ft)
Time zoneGMT
 • Summer (DST)GMT
Area code(s)+233 36 25

Denu is a small town which is the capital of Ketu South Municipal, a district on the south-eastern corner of the Volta Region of Ghana, next to Aflao the border town with Togo. The name Denu literally means by the boundary.[1][2] The town is sandwiched between the sea and lagoon on its south and north respectively.

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  1. ^ Ketu Municipal District
  2. ^ "Ketu South Municipal". Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development and Maks Publications & Media Services. Archived from the original on 2013-12-27. Retrieved 2014-04-27.

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