Volta Lake

Volta Lake is a reservoir lake that has the largest surface area in the world, and the fourth largest water volume in the world. Volta Lake is located just six degrees north latitude from the equator, along the Greenwich Meridian, in the regions of Ghana. The lake was completed in 1965, and the project is approximately 78,000 people forced to relocate to new settlements, along with 200,000 pets.

Lake Volta was formed by the hydroelectric Akosomba Dam, which provides electricity supply to many countries, and is a promising resource potential, the Government of Ghana sought to harvest 14 million cubic meters of timber are submerged.

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