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Ewe has a much wider use than its ethnic boundaries, partly as a consequence of German colonial education policies.
Kara, the second largest city, has approximately two hundred thousand inhabitants.
Population density reached 42 per square mile (67 per square kilometer) in 1991, with 75 percent in rural villages. French is the official language of government, but both Ewe of the Kwa and Kabye of the Gur language families have semi-official status.
The Atakora massif stretches diagonally across Togo from the town of Kpalime northeast; at different points it is known as the Danyi and Akposso Plateau, Fetish massif, Fazao mountain, Tchaoudjo massif, and Kabye mountains.
The highest point is the Pic d'Agou at 3,937 feet (986 meters).
North of the mountain range is the Oti plateau, a savanna land drained by the river of the same name.
The climate is tropical and humid for seven months, while the dry, desert winds of the Harmattan blow south from November to March, bringing cooler weather though little moisture.
Annual temperatures vary between 75 and 98 degrees Fahrenheit (23 and 35 degrees Celsius) in the south and 65 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (18 to 38 degrees Celsius) in the north.