Tamale is the capital city of the Northern Region of Ghana, West Africa. It’s known for its traditional mosques and large Central Mosque. The Centre for National Culture sells handicrafts and stages music and dance performances. The Central Market has goods like fabric and fruit. East of Tamale are local kraal buildings with conical straw roofs. To the west, Mole National Park is home to elephants and leopards.
Weather: 29°C, Wind NE at 8 km/h, 18% Humidity
District: Tamale Metropolitan District
Population: 223,252 (2010) UNdata