Upper East Regional Museum

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The Upper East Regional Museum
Musée régional de Haut oriental
Established1972
Location Bolgatanga, Ghana.

The Upper East Regional Museum is a museum located in Bolgatanga, Ghana. [1] The Upper East Regional Museum was established in 1972 and installed in its current location in 1991, by the Ghana National Commission on Culture. The museum is situated behind the Regional Library and adjacent to the craft village.

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