|Town & District Capital|
Hohoe city center
|District||Hohoe Municipal District|
|Elevation||535 ft (163 m)|
|Ranked 35th in Ghana|
|• Summer (DST)||GMT|
Hohoe is a town and the capital of the mountainous Hohoe Municipality of the Volta Region of Ghana, with its beautiful climate and many tourist attractions like the Wli Waterfalls. Hohoe is the thirty-fifth most populous settlement in Ghana, in terms of population, with a population of 56,202 people. Hohoe is between Lake Volta and the border of Togo. Hohoe is connected by road to Kpandu and Ho in Ghana; and Kpalimé and Badou in Togo. Hohoe has vast land suitable for rice production, there is also a bimodal rain pattern . The Municipality of Hohoe can be found in the center of the Volta Region, with Hohoe being the capital. It was established in 1979.
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