Osu Night Market and 5 other beautiful sights of Accra by Night that fills us with awe

Osu Night Market and 5 other beautiful sights of Accra by Night that fills us with awe

Night life in the country’s capital of Accra, is vibrant, colorful and full of excitement. Ghanaians love to take calm strolls on a breezy night, or catch up with friends at the local pub over drinks, ‘Chinchinga' and laughter.

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With the new emerging landscapes around, it is amazing to see how far Accra has come since some years ago in terms of infrastructure and all of these add up to create the beautiful scenery of Accra nightlife.

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The recently renovated Kwame Nkrumah Circle

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YEN.com.gh has found 6 photos that show how beautiful Accra by night really is:

1. The Flagstaff House. The beautiful office of the seat of government is further emphasized by the night lights that cast a wonderful glow over the building.

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2. East Legon. One of Ghana’s prime neighborhoods, this part of the city comes alive at night with colors and the voices of happy people.

Accra's creme de la creme of surbarban neigborhoods

Lagos Avenue, East Legon

3. Airport City. Aptly named due to its proximity to the Kotoka International Airport, it is home to some of the city’s finest buildings and plush spots.

Accra's creme de la creme of surbarban neigborhoods

4. Villagio Vista. One of the most luxurious apartment complexes in Accra, the building’s colorful patterns is further illuminated by a starry night.

Accra's creme de la creme of surbarban neigborhoods

5. Osu Night Market. From delicious pork cuts to amazing Kenkey, the Osu Night Market is a hidden gem that deserves constant appreciation. It is always full of bustling activity and lovely people.

Accra's creme de la creme of surbarban neigborhoods

6. Black Star Gate. This monument forms part of the Independence Square which was commissioned by Ghana’s first president Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. At night, the Black Star Gate is a breath-taking sight for citizens and tourists alike.

Accra's creme de la creme of surbarban neigborhoods

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