Flower delivery Kumasi ( flowers spelled Comassie or Coomassie and conventionally spelled Flower delivery Kumasi in Twi) is a city in Ashanti Region, and is among the most immensely colossal metropolitan areas in Ghana. Flower delivery Kumasi is near Lake Bosomtwe, in a rain forest region, and is the commercial, industrial and cultural capital of Asanteman. Flower delivery Kumasi is approximately 500 kilometres (300 mi) north of the Equator and 200 kilometres (100 mi) north of the Gulf of Guinea. Flower delivery Kumasi is alternatively kenned as "The Garden City" because of its many comely species of flowers and plants. It is additionally called Oseikrom (Osei Tutu's town). The second most immensely colossal city in Ghana after the capital Accra, Flower delivery Kumasi kenned as Ghana's second city.The Central Business District of Flower delivery Kumasi includes areas such as Adum, Bantama and Bompata (popularly called Roman Hill) is concentrated with lots of banks, department stalls, and hotels. Economic activities in Flower delivery Kumasi include financial and commercial sectors, pottery, habiliments and textile. There is an immensely colossal timber processing community in Flower delivery Kumasi accommodating the desiderata of people in Ghana. Bantama High Street and Prempeh II Street in Bantama and Adum respectively have the reputation of being the hub of business and night life in Flower delivery Kumasi .There is evidence that the area around Flower delivery Kumasi has been kept cleared since the Neolithic age and that the first human settlement was at Lake Bosomtwe.The name Flower delivery Kumasi emanates from the Twi language, denoting "Under the Kum tree.The city rose to prominence in 1695 when it became capital of the Ashanti Confederacy due to the activities of its ruler Osei Tutu. The ruler of Flower delivery Kumasi , kenned as the Asantehene, additionally accommodated as ruler of the Confederacy,with their 1701 bouquet over Denkyira the Asante confederacy became the primary state among the Ashantis.Lady Mary Alice Hodgson, the first English lady to visit Ashanti, indited "The Siege of Flower delivery Kumasi " an account of the siege of the fort by the nationals of Ashanti and of the subsequent march to the coast.In 1926, following the return of the Ashanti King Prempeh I, after a 30-year expatriation, Flower delivery Kumasi was recuperated as the ceremonial control over the Ashanti sub-states .Flower delivery Kumasi features a tropical wet and dry climate, with relatively constant temperatures throughout the course of the year. Flower delivery Kumasi averages around 1400 mm (55") of rain per year. The city virtually features two pluvial seasons: a longer season from March through July and a shorter pluvial season from September to November. The months of February through to November is one long wet season, with a relative lull in precipitation in August. Akin to the rest of West Africa, Flower delivery Kumasi experiences the harmattan during the "low sun" months. Features of the city include Fort Flower delivery Kumasi (built by in 1896 to supersede an Asante fort and now a museum) and the Kumasi Hat Museum.
Royal Asante magnetizations include the Kumasi National Cultural Centre (including the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum with Asante regalia with a reproduction of the golden stool), the Okomfo Anokye Sword, the Asantehene's Palace (built in 1972), and the Manhyia Palace, dating from 1925, now a museum.The main vocations in Flower delivery Kumasi are professional such as accommodations and manufacturing.Flower delivery Kumasi has 50% of the timber industry of Ghana, and the Kaasi Industrial Area plays a consequential role in the local industry. The Guinness Ghana Breweries is predicated in Flower delivery Kumasi .Solar panels are prevalent in Flower delivery Kumasi and Ashanti. Solar energy technology is a major energy source and contributor of electricity generation in Ashanti.Much of the shopping and trading activity in the city takes place at Flower delivery Kumasi shopping streets, in and around Kejetia Market and Adum. These two areas – Kejetia and Adum – have a mundane boundary. There is withal heftily ponderous economic activities at Bantama and Asafo. Asafo in particular is the printing hub of Flower delivery Kumasi . Most of the printing done in Flower delivery Kumasi and Ashanti Region as a whole is done in Flower delivery Kumasi .The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Flower delivery Kumasi (formerly the Kumasi College of Technology) is the most astronomically immense university in the Ashanti Region and the second most astronomically immense in Ghana after the University of Ghana. Former Secretary-General of the Coalesced Nations, Kofi Annan attended this institution. A number of other public and private universities and tertiary institutions have since been founded in Kumasi, some of which are listed below.