Cape coast is a large coastal area along the border of Ghana. It is roughly 1,401 miles in area. The population is roughly 169,964. Cape Coast is located in Ghana. The climate is humid with a mean monthly humidity rate at 85% to 99%. The sea breeze has a moderating effect of the local climate.
The first three pictures are of Cape Coast Castle, with an interesting back ground. The castle was made by Swedish slave traders to originally be used to trade timber and gold, but later to be used in the trans-Atlantic slave trade. The slaves were held in the many cells provided until the ship came back from America, and the slaves were to be forced onto the ship and shipped to America where they would spent their days as slaves.
This is Cape Coast on any normal day bustling with many people to do their every day chores and some to just have fun. The city has many writers, politicians, and some are peace keepers. The city has very many schools and a high graduation rate.