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Quardu Gboni District

The Quardu Gboni District is the newest of the seven administrative districts of Lofa County in Liberia. The district is predominantly Mandingo who are all Maliki Muslims. According to LISGIS 2008 report, the region is about a little over 33.000 ...

Abyar, Libya

Abyar is a town in the Marj District, Libya, roughly 50 km to the east of the city of Benghazi and 42 km southwest of the city of Marj., its estimated population was 32.563.

Ajaylat

Ajaylat is the name of a region and small city located in the Nuqat al Khams district of Libya with an estimated population of almost 100.000. It is located roughly 80 kilometers west of Tripoli. From 1983 to 1988, the region was a district of Li ...

Ajdabiya

Ajdabiya, previously known as Agedabia, is a town in and capital of the Al Wahat District in northeastern Libya. It is some 150 kilometres south of Benghazi. From 2001 to 2007 it was part of and capital of the Ajdabiya District. The town is divid ...

Al Abraq, Libya

Al Abraq is a town in Libya, in the Derna District. It is located 23 km east of Bayda, Other names include the transliterations Al Labrag, Al Labraq, Al Lazraq, and El-Abràgh, as well as the Italian Luigi di Savoia. According to the census of 200 ...

Al Maya

Al Maya is a settlement in Wershefana area within the Libyan west side. Its Arabic name is also transliterated as Maya. On 21 August 2011 rebels fighting in the Libyan civil war advanced on the city, but were driven back with heavy artillery. Aft ...

Al Qubbah

Al Qubbah or El Gubba is a town in eastern Libya. Once capital of Quba District. It is the largest settlement between derna and Bayda.

Awjila

Awjila is an oasis town in the Al Wahat District in the Cyrenaica region of northeastern Libya. Since classical times it has been known as a place where high quality dates are farmed. From the Arab conquest in the 7th century, Islam has played an ...

Castelverde, Libya

Castelverde, also named Gasr Garabulli, is a town in the Tripoli District, of the Tripolitania region in northwestern Libya. From 2001 to 2007 he was part of the Tajura WA al Nawahi Alarba district, which was then combined in a Tripoli district.

Kikla

Kikla is a town of approximately 10.000 inhabitants in Libya, most of whom are arab and some Berber descent, and is approximately 150 kilometres south-west of the countrys capital, Tripoli. It was also a battleground during the 2011 Nafusa Mounta ...

Msallata

Msallata is a town in the northwestern part of Libya, in the Murqub District. It has a population of nearly 2.000, and was historically a center of Islamic studies. It is also known for olive tree farming and olive oil production. The Tripolian R ...

Musaid

Musaid or Imsaad is a town in Butnan District in eastern Libya. Alternates names include: Oistant, Msaed, Imsaed, and Musaed. Musaid lies approximately 150 kilometres east of Tobruk and is the major border crossing between Libya and Egypt.

Qatrun

Qatrun, Al Katrun, Gatrone, or Al Gatrun is a village in the Murzuq District in southern Libya on the main road to Chad and Niger. It has a filling station and a Niger consulate office is located there. When the border checkpoint 310 kilometres s ...

Sabha, Libya

Sabha, or Sebha, is an oasis city in southwestern Libya, approximately 640 kilometres south of Tripoli. It was historically the capital of the Fezzan region and the Military Territory of Fezzan-Ghadames and is now capital of the Sabha District. S ...

Souq al Jumaa

Sūq al-Juma, literally "Friday Market", is a district of Tripoli, Libya, located 5 km east of Tripoli and now incorporated into the greater metropolitan area of the capital. The population in was estimated to be roughly 40.000 residents. A majori ...

Tajura

Tajura, also spelt Tajoura, is a town in north-western Libya, and baladiyah in the Tripoli Muhafazah, on the Mediterranean coast 14 kilometres east of Tripoli. From 2001 to 2007 Tajura was the capital of the Tajura WA Arba district. Tajura is als ...

Zaltan

Zaltan or Zelten is a city in the district of Nuqat al Khams of northwestern Libya. The city, which has a population of around 17.700, is on the Mediterranean coast. It is located around 140 kilometres west of Tripoli.

Zliten

The name Zliten is given to both the city and the whole area. As a city, Zliten is situated 160 km 99 mi east of the capital, Tripoli, and about 35 km 22 mi east of the ancient Roman city of Leptis Magna. It is about 60 km 37 mi west of the city ...

Butnan District

Butnan sometimes called Tubruq District or Tobruk District from the former name, occasionally Marmarica, is an administrative district in eastern Libya. Its capital city is Tobruk. In the North, Butnan along the coastline on the Mediterranean sea ...

Derna District

Derna is one of the districts of Libya. It is in the northeast of the country, in the historical region of Cyrenaica. Its capital is Derna. In 2007 the district was enlarged to include what had been the Al Qubah District. In the north, Derna has ...

Ghat District

Ghat is one of the districts of Libya. Its capital is Ghat. To the west, Ghat borders two provinces of Algeria: Tamanghasset in the far southwest, and Illizi Province. It also has a short border with the Agadez Department of Niger in the far sout ...

Jabal al Akhdar

Jabal al Akhdar is one of the districts of Libya. It lies in the north east of the country. The capital is Bayda. In its territory, close to the city of Shahhat, can be found the remains of the old Greek colony of Cyrene, and the neighbouring cit ...

Jufra District

Jufra or Jofra is one of the districts of Libya. It is in the centre of the country. Its capital is Hun. Jufra was originally one of the 25 baladiya in the administrative system of Libya established in 1988. In 2001, it became a Shabiya, and its ...

Kufra District

Kufra or Kofra, also spelled Cufra in Italian, is the largest district of Libya. Its capital is Al Jawf, one of the oases in Kufra basin. There is a very large oil refinery near the capital. In the late 15th century, Leo Africanus reported an oas ...

Marj District

Marj is an administrative division of northeastern Libya, lying on the Mediterranean Sea coast. Its administrative seat is the city of Marj, which was formerly known as Barca. Marj is situated on the Cyrenaica Plateau at the western edge of the J ...

Murzuq District

Murzuq is one of the districts of Libya. It is in the south of the country. Its capital is Murzuk. The city was occupied by the Ottoman Empire in 1578 and served as the capital of Fezzan off and on until the Ottomans ceded Libya to Italy in 1912. ...

Sabha District

Sabha is one of the districts of Libya. It is located near the center of the country, in the Fezzan region. The capital is the city of Sabha. Sabha District borders the following districts, namely, Wadi Al Shatii in the north, Al Jufrah in the ea ...

Wadi al Hayaa District

Wadi al Hayaa is one of the districts of Libya. Its capital is the city of Ubari. As of 2006, it had a population of 72.587, area of 31.890 sq.km and population density of 2.28 persons per sq. km. The district is bordered by the Wadi al-shatii in ...

Wadi al Shatii District

Wadi al Shati, sometimes referred to as Ashati, is one of the districts of Libya in the central-west part of the country. The area is mostly desert. Wadi al Shati District is named after the depression of the same name, Wadi Ashati. To the West, ...

Al Wahat District

Al Wahat, occasionally spelt Al Wahad or Al Wahah is one of the districts of Libya. Its capital and largest city is Ajdabiya. The district is home to much of Libyas petroleum extraction economic activity.

Zawiya District

Zawiya, officially Zawia, is one of the districts of Libya. It is located in the north western part of the country, in what had been the historical region of Tripolitania. Its capital is also named Zawia. Since the 2007 reorganization of Libyan d ...

Planken

Planken is a municipality in Oberland, Liechtenstein. It has four exclaves, two enclaves and a population of around 450. Thus by population it is the smallest municipality of Liechtenstein.

Schaan

Schaan is the largest municipality of Liechtenstein by population. It is located to the north of Vaduz, the capital, in the central part of the country. As of 2015 it has a population of 5.983 making it the most populous administrative district i ...

Schellenberg

Schellenberg is a municipality in the lowland area of Liechtenstein, on the banks of the Rhine. As of 2017, it has a population of 1.090 and covers an area of 3.5 km 2.

Triesen

Triesen is the third largest of Liechtensteins municipalities. It contains several historic churches dating from the fifteenth century. It also has a weaving mill from 1863 that is considered a historical monument. The population is around 5.120.

Triesenberg

Triesenberg is a municipality in Liechtenstein with a population of 2.618. Its area of 30 square kilometers makes it the largest municipality in Liechtenstein. The center of the municipality rests at an elevation of 884 – 1.000 metres.

Bendern

Bendern is a village of Liechtenstein, together with the town of Gamprin it forms in the municipality of Gamprin. It is the third smallest in the country, with an area of 6.19 km 2 and a total population of 1664 people. The village itself had abo ...

Diekirch District

The District of Diekirch was one of three districts of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Immediately prior to its abolition on 3 October 2015, it contained five cantons divided into 43 communes: Consthum. Clervaux. (Клерво) Hosingen. (Коммуне хозинг ...

Grevenmacher District

The District of Grevenmacher was one of three districts of Luxembourg. It contained three cantons divided into 25 communes: Rosport-Mompach. (Rosport В-Mompach) Beaufort. (Бофор) Waldbillig. (Waldbilligбыл) Bech. (Бечь) Echternach. (Эхтернах) Con ...

Luxembourg District

The District of Luxembourg was one of three districts of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It contained four cantons, divided into 44 communes: Habscht. Kopstal. (Копсталь) Garnich. (Гарнич) Koerich. (Кориша-все в радиусе) Capellen. (Капеллен) Dippa ...

Dedza District

Dedza is a district in the Central Region of Malawi. It covers an area of 3.624 km.² to the south of the Malawi capital, Lilongwe, between Mozambique and Lake Malawi. The capital is Dedza.

Mangochi District

Mangochi District is one of twelve districts in the Southern Region of Malawi. The capital is Mangochi. The district covers an area of 6.273 km.² and has a population of 610.239. In Mangochi district the centre of trade. It is a transit point, wi ...

Nkhata Bay District

Nkhata Bay is a district in the Northern Region of Malawi. The capital is Nkhata Bay. The district covers an area of 4.071 km.² and has a population of 164.761. The lake Malawi border area to the East. The Western part of the district lies in the ...

Nsanje District

Nsanje is a district in the Southern Region of Malawi. The capital is Nsanje. The district covers an area of 1.942 square kilometres and has a population of 194.924.

Ntcheu District

Ntcheu is a district in the Central Region of Malawi. It borders with the country of Mozambique. The district headquarters is Ntcheu, known as BOMA in the local language, but is most commonly called Mphate. It is run by Yeneya, the village headma ...

Thyolo District

The Thyolo district of Malawi is one of the districts in Malawi. The capital is Thyolo. The district covers an area of 1.715 km.² and has a population of 458.976. It is also has crossroads leading to Makwasa, Molere, Konzalendo, Thekerani into Mu ...

Zomba District

Zomba District is one of twelve districts in the Southern Region of Malawi, surrounded by the Districts of Chiradzulu, Blantyre, Mulanje, Phalombe, Machinga, Balaka and the Republic of Mozambique to the east. The total land area is 2.363 km², rep ...

Ampang District

Ampang District was a district in Malaysia that was split into sections, with Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and the state of Selangor each taking a part.

Gnaviyani Atoll

Gnaviyani Atoll is one of the administrative divisions of the Maldives corresponding to the natural atoll, Fuvahmulah. Surfacewise this is the smallest administrative unit in the Maldives, situated in the Equatorial Channel between Huvadhu Atoll ...

Haa Alif Atoll

Haa Alif Atoll is the code name based on the letters of the Maldivian alphabet commonly used to refer to the administrative division officially known as North Thiladhunmathi Atoll in the Maldives. It is the northernmost of the 19 administrative u ...