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West Welega Zone

West Welega is one of the Zones in the Ethiopian Region of Oromia. This zone is named after the former province of Welega, whose western part lay in the area West Welega now occupies. West Wellega is bordered on the West Welega zone Kelam, on the ...

Wolayita Zone

Wolayita is a zone in Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region of Ethiopia. It is named for the Welayta people, whose homeland lies in this Zone. Wolayita is bordered on the south by Gamo Gofa, on the west by the Omo River which separa ...

Nyanga Province

Nyanga is the southernmost of Gabons nine provinces. The provincial capital is Tchibanga, which had a total of 31294 inhabitants in 2013. Nyanga is the least populated province of the nine and the other least developed, besides Ogooue-Ivindo. It ...

Ogooue-Ivindo Province

The Ogooue-Ivindo province is the northeastern-most of Gabons nine provinces, though its Lope Department is in the very center of the country. The regional capital is Makokou, which is home to one-third of the provincial population. It gets its n ...

Ogooue-Lolo Province

The Ogooue-Lolo Province is one of the nine provinces of Gabon, slightly southeast of central Gabon. The regional capital is Koulamoutou, a city of approximately 16.000 people. It is the ninth largest city in Gabon and the home of slightly more t ...

Central River Division

Central River was the largest of the five administrative divisions of the Gambia. Its capital was Janjanbureh, on MacCarthy Island. The largest settlement was Bansang, with an estimated population in 2008 of 8.381. Until 1995 the division was kno ...

Lower River Division

Lower River Division is one of the five administrative divisions of the Gambia. Its capital is Mansa Konko. The city and area council elections were held during April 2002, when Wally S.M. Sanneh, an APRC candidate became the Mayor, winning unopp ...

North Bank Division

North Bank was one of the five administrative divisions of the Gambia. Its capital was Kerewan. It was subsequently reorganised as the Kerewan Local Government Area, without any change in the area covered. According to the census of 2013, the reg ...

Upper River Division

Upper River was one of the five administrative divisions of the Gambia. Its capital was Basse Santa Su. It was subsequently reorganised as the Basse Local Government Area, without any change in the area covered. According to the census of 2013, t ...

West Coast Division (Gambia)

West Coast Region, originally the Western Division, was one of the five administrative divisions of the Gambia. Its capital was Brikama. It was subsequently reorganised as the Brikama Local Government Area, without any change in the area covered. ...

Akhalgori Municipality

Akhalgori Municipality is a Municipality in Georgia or South Ossetia respectively. Georgia considers Akhalgori part of the Mtskheta-Mtianeti. According to Tskhinval, the current Head of Administration of Leningor is Alan Djussoev, and the current ...

Ochamchire Municipality

Ochamchire Municipality is an administrative unit in the Georgian Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia. The capital of the municipality is Ochamchire. Ochamchire Municipality has boundaries with Gulripshi Municipality and Gali Municipality of Autonomo ...

Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti

Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti is a region in northwestern Georgia which includes the historical provinces of Racha, Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti. It covers an area of 4.954 km² and has a population of 31.927, but nominally also a section of no ...

Shida Kartli

Shida Kartli is a landlocked administrative region in eastern Georgia. Comprises a central part of the historical-geographic province of Shida Kartli. With an area of 5.729 square kilometres, Shida Kartli is the 8th largest Georgian region by lan ...

Districts of Dusseldorf

The City of Dusseldorf consists of 50 city parts, which are collected into 10 city districts. Every district has its own local assembly and its own district mayor. The Bezirksvertretungen have only advisory roles, they do not have their own budge ...

Central German Metropolitan Region

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Hannover–Braunschweig–Gottingen–Wolfsburg Metropolitan Region

The Hannover–Braunschweig–Gottingen–Wolfsburg Metropolitan Region is an economic and cultural region in Northern Germany. The metropolitan area comprises approximately one third of the area of Lower Saxony, with almost half the inhabitants of the ...

Nuremberg Metropolitan Region

The Nuremberg Metropolitan Region comprises 3.5 million people on 21.800 square kilometers. With a gross domestic product of 134 billion euros and about 1.9 million employees, this metropolitan area is one of the strongest economic areas in Germa ...

Rhine-Neckar

The Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region, often referred to as Rhein-Neckar-Triangle is a polycentric metropolitan region located in south western Germany, between the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main region to the North and the Stuttgart Region to the South-Eas ...

Rhine-Ruhr

The Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region is the largest metropolitan region in Germany with over 10 million inhabitants. It is of polycentric nature. It covers an area of 7.268 square kilometres and lies entirely within the federal state of North Rhine ...

Stuttgart Metropolitan Region

The Stuttgart Metropolitan Region is a metropolitan region in south-west Germany consisting of the cities and regions around Stuttgart, Heilbronn, Tubingen/Reutlingen. These cities are arranged into three agglomeration areas. The population of th ...

Stuttgart Region

Stuttgart Region is an urban agglomeration at the heart of the Stuttgart Metropolitan Region. It consists of the city of Stuttgart and the surrounding districts of Ludwigsburg, Esslingen, Boblingen, Rems-Murr and Goppingen. About 2.7 million inha ...

Ebersteinburg

Ebersteinburg is an Ortsteil of Baden-Baden. At 426m in elevation it lies between the valleys of the Murg and Oos rivers. The village has a population of 1.200 and since 1972 has been part of the city of Baden-Baden. By 1100CE of the counts of Eb ...

Salzgitter-Ringelheim

Ringelheim with 1.964 inhabitants is the sixth biggest quarter of Salzgitter in Lower Saxony, Germany, located on the Innerste River at the very far south-western end of the urban area. The Salzgitter-Ringelheim train station is the most importan ...

Nanortalik Municipality

Aappilattoq. Narsarmijit Frederiksdal, Narsaq Kujalleq. Nanortalik Nennortalik. (Нанорталик Nennortalik) Tasiusaq. Ammassivik Sletten. (Slettenбыл Ammassivik) Qorlortorsuaq. Alluitsup Paa Sydproven. (В Alluitsup Паа Sydproven)

Alta Verapaz Department

Alta Verapaz is a department in the north central part of Guatemala. The capital and chief city of the department is Coban. Verapaz is bordered to the north by El Peten, to the east by Izabal, to the south by Zacapa, El Progreso, and Baja Verapaz ...

Chimaltenango Department

Located to the east are Guatemala Department, home to Guatemala City, and Sacatepequez Department, while also bordered by Quiche Department and Baja Verapaz Department to the north, Escuintla Department and Suchitepequez Department to the south, ...

Escuintla Department

Escuintla is one of the 22 departments of Guatemala. The capital of the department is the city of Escuintla. Escuintla covers an area of 4.384 km² and is situated in the coastal lowland region, directly south of Guatemala City, and bordered by th ...

Guatemala Department

Guatemala is one of the 22 departments of Guatemala. The capital is Guatemala City, which also serves as the national capital. The department consists of Guatemala City and several of its suburbs. The Department covers an area of 2.126 square mil ...

Huehuetenango Department

Huehuetenango is one of the 22 departments of Guatemala. It is situated in the western highlands and shares borders with the Mexican state of Chiapas in the north and west, with El Quiche in the east, with Totonicapan, Quetzaltenango and San Marc ...

Izabal Department

Izabal is one of the 22 departments of Guatemala. Its coastal areas form part of the homeland of the Garifuna people. Izabal is bordered to the North by Belize, to the North-East of the Gulf of Honduras, on the East by Honduras and Guatemala in t ...

Quiche Department

Quiche is a department of Guatemala. It is in the heartland of the Kiche people, to the north-west of Guatemala City. The capital is Santa Cruz del Quiche.

San Marcos Department

San Marcos is a department in northwestern Guatemala, on the Pacific Ocean and along the western Guatemala-Mexico border. The departments capital is the city of San Marcos.

Santa Rosa Department, Guatemala

On Saturday 8 March 1913 and magnitude 6.4 earthquake hit Santa Rosa, destroying its department capital, Cuilapa. Both the initial quake and the replicas destroyed a lot of private homes, and also the cathedral and the prison, leaving behind sign ...

Totonicapan Department

Historical chronicler Francisco Antonio de Fuentes y Guzman, described the municipalities of Totonicapan in his 1689" Recordacion Florida.” This record confirms the areas pre-Columbian origins. In July 1820, the indigenous residents of Totonicapá ...

Zacapa Department

Zacapa is one of the 22 departments of Guatemala. It lies in eastern Guatemala with its capital in the city of Zacapa, approximately 112 kilometers from Guatemala City.

Kouroussa Prefecture

Kouroussa is a prefecture located in the Kankan Region of Guinea. The capital is Kouroussa. The prefecture covers an area of 14.050 km.² and has a population of 268.630. With Kouroussa town by far the largest in the Prefecture numbering only 10.0 ...

Bissikrima

Bissikrima is a town and sub-prefecture in the Faranah Region of Guinea in Dabola prefecture. As of 2014 it had a population of 28.840 people. Bissikrima hotel is located in the geographic centre of Guinea Tinkisso river, a tributary of the Niger ...

Bossou

Bossou is a town and sub-prefecture in the Lola Prefecture in the Nzerekore Region of south-eastern Guinea. Much of the sub prefecture consists of the Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve. The Bossou Hills Reserve situated at the south-eastern limit ...

Dabola

Dabola is a city in central Guinea. As of 2014 it had a population of 38.617 people. It grew around the railway line from Conakry to Kankan and is known for the Tinkisso Falls and for its important dam.

Dalaba

Dalaba is a town and sub-prefecture in the Dalaba Prefecture in the Mamou Region of Guinea. It was once home to a sanatorium, and to Miriam Makeb, which had last visited the city in 1988, when she arrived to her niece, Makes NTombi, who lived in ...

Gueckedou

Gueckedou or Guekedou is a town in southern Guinea near the Sierra Leone and Liberian borders. It had a population of 79.140 in 1996 but has grown massively since the civil wars and, as of 2008, it is estimated to be 221.715. It was a centre of f ...

Kissidougou

Kissidougou is a city in southern Guinea. It is the capital of in the Kissidougou Prefecture. Following intensified conflicts in Sierra Leone and Liberia during the fall and winter of 2000, many people from the city of Gueckedou fled to Kissidoug ...

Kouroussa

Kouroussa or Kurussa is a town located in northeastern Guinea, and is the capital of Kouroussa Prefecture. As of 2014 it had a population of 39.611 people. A trade center and river port from at least the time of the Mali Empire, Kouroussa has lon ...

Labe

Labe is the main city and administrative capital of the Fouta Djallon region of Guinea. It has a population of about 200.000. It is the second largest city in the country after the capital Conakry in term of economic importance. Labe is situated ...

Niagassola

Niagassola is a town and sub-prefecture in the Siguiri Prefecture in the Kankan Region of north-eastern Guinea. It is located near the border with Mali. It has no electricity and three water pumps. The city is home to the worlds oldest balafon an ...

Nzerekore

Nzerekore, also spelled NZerekore, is the second-largest city in Guinea by population after the capital, Conakry, and the largest city in the Guinee forestiere region of southeastern Guinea. The city is the capital of Nzerekore Prefecture. Nzerek ...

Siguiri

Siguiri is a city in northeastern Guinea on the River Niger. It is a sub-prefecture and capital of Siguiri Prefecture in the Kankan Region. Its population was estimated at 28.319 in 2008. It is known for its goldsmiths and as the birthplace of Se ...

Tondon

Tondon is a town in western Guinea. It is located in Dubreka Prefecture in the Kindia Region. Population 16.030. It lies about 180 kilometers from Conakry.

Olancho Department

Olancho is the largest of all the 18 departments into which Honduras is divided. The department covers a total surface area of 24.057 km² and has an estimated 2015 population of 537.306 inhabitants. As the departmental capital is Juticalpa, which ...