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Maps of Togo

Phyiscal Map of Togo with state boundaries. It shows the physical features of Togo including terrain, mountains, rivers, and major lakes. worldatlas.com worldatlas.com atlantic ocean ghana burkina faso benin nigeria porto-novo large togo map

Togo is a small country occupying an area of only 56,785 sq. km in West Africa. The country extends as a long strip of land from its southern coast on the Bight of Benin. The coastline is 56 km long.

The country is divided into six distinct geographic regions. 

To the south, the landscape along the narrow coast features low-lying sandy beaches that give way to tidal flats and shallow lagoons. As observed on the physical map above, Lake Togo, a lagoon, is located in this region.

The Ouatchi Plateau with an average elevation from 60 to 90 m, stretches inland for around 32 km beyond the coast. To the northeast of this plateau is a tableland with elevations ranging from 400 to 460 m. The Mono River and its tributaries drain this region.

The elevation of land gradually rises to the southwest and west of this tableland to form the Togo Mountains which host the highest point in the country, the 986 m tall Mount Agou. 

As shown on the map, the Oti River's watershed comprising of a sandstone plateau drained by the Oti and its tributaries is located to the north of the Togo Mountains.

The Dapaong cliffs are located further northwest.

The map also displays the location of some of Togo's major cities. The capital city of Lome is located in the coastal region of the country.

Regions of Togo Map

Togo is divided into five administrative regions. In alphabetical order, these regions are Centrale, Kara, Maritime, Plateaux, and Savanes. These regions are further subdivided into 30 prefectures.

With an area of 16,975 sq. km, Plateaux is the largest region of Togo while Maritime is the most populous one.

Lomé, the capital and largest city of Togo, is located in the Maritime Region.

Where is Togo?

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Togo is a small West African country. It is located in the Northern and Eastern hemispheres of the Earth. It is bordered by three African nations; Burkina Faso to the north, Ghana to the west, and Benin to the east. The Bight of Benin of the Gulf of Guinea borders Togo to the south. 

Togo Bordering Countries: Burkina Faso, Ghana, Benin.

Regional Maps: Map of Africa

Outline Map of Togo

The blank outline map respresents the West African country of Togo. The above map can be downloaded for free, and used for educational purposes like map-pointing activities.

The outline map of Togo represents the West African country of Togo. It runs in a north-south direction as a nearly vertical narrow band.

Key Facts

Legal Name Togolese Republic
Flag of Togo
Capital City Lome
6 07 N, 1 13 E
Total Area 56,785.00 km2
Land Area 54,385.00 km2
Water Area 2,400.00 km2
Population 8,082,366
Largest City

Lomé (1,981,615)

Currency Communaute Financiere Africaine francs (XOF)
GDP $5.46 Billion
GDP Per Capita $675.54

This page was last updated on February 24, 2021

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