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Kizimkazi

Kizimkazi - officially Kizimkazi Mkunguni, but also known as Kizimkazi Mtendeni - is a fishing village on the southern coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania, and was once a walled city. It is situated three miles southeast of the Kizimkazi Mosque. In recen ...

Mahonda

Mahonda is a village on the Tanzanian island of Unguja, part of Zanzibar. It is located in the northeast of the island, seven kilometres to the west of Kinyasini and 20 kilometres northeast of the capital, Zanzibar City.

Mangapwani

Mangapwani is a town on the Tanzanian island of Unguja, the main island of Zanzibar. It is located on the northwest coast, 25 kilometres north of the Zanzibari capital of Stone Town. The citys name means "Arabian shore" in Swahili, a name which p ...

Mbweni, Zanzibar

Mbweni is a town on the Tanzanian island of Unguja, the main island of Zanzibar. It is located on the central west coast, seven kilometres south of the Zanzibari capital of Stone Town. The town is a popular day trip for tourists and locals. Mbwen ...

Mwera, Zanzibar

Mwera is a village in Zanzibar east of Zanzibar City on the road to the western coast of the island. This was the birthplace of Abeid Karume, the first President after the 1964 revolution.

Paje, Zanzibar

Paje is a village on the Tanzanian island of Unguja, part of Zanzibar. It is located on the southeast coast between the villages of Bwejuu and Jambiani. Laguna used to learn kiteboarding as very consistent side shore wind blows almost all year ro ...

Pingwe

Pingwe is a village on the Tanzanian island of Unguja, which is part of Zanzibar. It is one of two villages located in the east of the island at the northern tip of Michamvi Peninsula. It lies immediately to the east of the village of Kae. In 201 ...

Uzi Island

Uzi Island is an island in the south of Zanzibar, connected by causeway to the main island of Unguja. It is located immediately to the south of the main islands Unguja Ukuu ruins. The island is undeveloped and contains few occupants who temporari ...

Dili Sea Port

The Dili seaport is a port in the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, also known as East Timor. The sea port is located in Dili, the capital of Timor-Leste. The port sits in the Banda Sea. The site was chosen because of a reef along the perimeter ...

Alakhadzi

At the time of the 2011 Census, Alakhadzi had a population of 2.876. Of these, 45.5% were Armenian, 31.1% Abkhaz, 13.1% Russian, 6.4% Georgian, 1.1% Ukrainian and 0.5% Greek

Tsarche

Tsarches name probably comes from two Megrelian words" tsar" meaning "water". and" che”, meaning "white", hence "White Water". Mention of the village can be found in ancient times. Arrian of Nicomedia mentioned river" Tarsura” and the city" Tarsh ...

Gudauta

Gudauta, Abkhazian: Гәдоуҭа, Gwdowtha, Russian: Гудаута, Gudauta) is a town in Abkhazia, Georgia and a centre of the eponymous district. It is situated on the Black Sea, 37 km northwest to Sukhumi, the capital of Abkhazia.

Chlou

At the time of the 2011 census, Chlou had a population of 1.609. Of these, 95.4% were Abkhaz, 3.3% Georgian, 0.7% Russian, 0.1% Ukrainian and 0.1% Armenian.

Otap

Otap is a village and municipality in Ochamchira District, Abkhazia, a disputed part of Georgia. The village lies on the Otapi River. Otap is noted for its karst cave, Abrskil Cave, which is a tourist attraction in the area.

Nili, Afghanistan

Nili is the capital city of Nili District in Daykundi Province of Afghanistan. The town of Nili is at 2.022 m altitude. The Nili Airport is located next to the town. The weather conditions in the winter are severe and the roads are difficult. Bec ...

Puli Khumri

Puli Khumri, also spelled Pul-i-Khumri or Pol-e Khomri, is a city in northern Afghanistan. Located about 100 kilometres south of Kunduz, 200 kilometres southeast of Mazar-i-Sharif, and 230 kilometres north of Kabul, Puli Khumri is the capital and ...

Taloqan

Tāloqān is the capital of Takhar Province, in northeastern Afghanistan. It is located in the Taluqan District. The population was estimated as 196.400 in 2006.

Chaghcharan

Chaghcharān, also called Firuzkoh, is a town and district in central Afghanistan, which serves as the capital of Ghor Province. It is located on the southern side of the Hari River, at an altitude of 2.230 m above sea level. Chaghcharan is linked ...

Qala e Naw

Qala-e-Naw is a town in Qala e Naw District and the capital of Badghis Province, of north-west Afghanistan. Its population was estimated 9.000 in 2006, of which 80% are Tajiks, Hazaras and Aimaq Hazara Other significant communities include Pashtu ...

Chakari, Afghanistan

Chakari was a village in Khaki Jabbar District, Kabul Province, Afghanistan. In the 1990s during the Afghan Civil War large portions of it were destroyed, and many people left. As of 2002 many of the former inhabitants had not returned. Buddhist ...

Dara, Afghanistan

Dara, Afghanistan is a village in Afghanistan, located in the mountains nearly midway between Herat and Kabul at 34° 16N and 66°16 E Its mountainous location causes temperature variations from -20°c to 11 °C. most precipitation occurs in the Wint ...

Girdi Kas

Girdi Kas is a village located in the Bihsud District of Nangarhar Province in Afghanistan, located around 18 km from the provincial capital Jalalabad. It covers an area of almost 2.2 square kilometers. The village is linked to the Torkham-Jalala ...

Saghar, Afghanistan

Saghar is a village in Saghar District in Afghanistans Ghor Province. It is located at 33°420N 63°520E with an altitude of 2235 metres.

Sanghi Takht

Sanghi Takht is a village in Afghanistan, located midway Herat and Kabul at 34° 16 02" N and 66° 16 30" E. Its mountainous location causes temperature variation from -20°c to 11°c. with most precipitation in Winter. The population is generally Ha ...

Zargaran, Nangarhar

The Zargaranis are an extended clan of the Muhammadzai clan of Durani Pashtuns. The clan was given the land in Zargaran by one of the Amirs of Afghanistan, but the exact period is not known. Despite Nangarhar being overwhelmingly Pashtun in cultu ...

Devoll (river)

Devoll is a river in southern Albania. It is one of the source rivers of Seman. It is 196 km long and its drainage basin is 3.130 km 2. Its average discharge is 49.5 m 3 /s. Its source is in the southwestern corner of the Devoll municipality, clo ...

Mat (river)

The Mat is a river in north-central Albania. Its overall length is 115 km, while its catchment surface is 2.441 km 2. Its average discharge is 103 m 3 /s. The main tributary is Fan, flowing from the northeast, while the Mat flows from the southwe ...

Ishem (river)

The Ishem is a river in western Albania, which brings water to the area north of the Albanian capital, Tirana. It forms part of a watercourse, but only the lower third of the watercourse is known as the Ishem. The Ishem proper is formed at the co ...

Shkumbin

The Shkumbin, also commonly Shkembi, is a river in Southern and Southeastern Europe. It is 181 km long and its drainage basin is 2.444 km 2. Its average discharge is 61.5 m 3 /s.

Kir (river)

The Kir is a river in northern Albania that first flows south-southwest and then southwest out of the North Albanian Alps and enters a distributary of the Drin just below Shkoder. In the upper river cuts "Cyrus Canyon", with its impressive cliffs ...

Bistrice (river)

Bistrice starts from Mali i Gjere also known as Sopot in Finiq municipality directing initially versus south-west. The main source is near Krongj "The Blue Eye" source, also gathering other sources from the nearby villages of Pece, Kardhikaq, Vel ...

Kavaje

Kavaje kah- VY -ə, definite Albanian form: Kavaja) is a municipality centrally located in the Western Lowlands region of Albania. It borders Durres to the north 17 km, Tirane to the east 27 km and Rrogozhine to the south 15 km. To the west lies t ...

Bajram Curri (town)

Bajram Curri is a town situated in northern of Albania, near the border with Kosovo, in a remote, mostly mountainous region. The town is named after Bajram Curri, a national hero who fought for ethnic Albanians, first against the Ottoman Empire a ...

Bilisht

Bilisht is a town and a former municipality in Korçe County, south-eastern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision and the seat of the municipality Devoll. It was the seat of the former Devoll District. The population ...

Burrel, Albania

Burrel is a town in northern Albania, 91 km from Tirana. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision and the seat of the municipality Mat. It was the seat of the former District of Mat. The population at the 2011 census was 10.862.

Erseke

Erseke is a town and a former municipality in southeastern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision and the seat of the municipality Kolonje. Founded in the 17th century, Erseka was the seat of the former Kolonje Distr ...

Fushe-Kruje

Fushe-Kruje is a town in Durres County, Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Kruje. The population at the 2011 census was 18.477. The city has gained wider fame due to President George W. Bushs ...

Koplik

Koplik is a town and a former municipality in the northwestern tip of Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision and the seat of the municipality Malesi e Madhe. It was the seat of the former Malesi e Madhe District. The ...

Leskovik

Leskovik is a town and a former municipality in the Korçe County, southeastern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Kolonje. It is located right at the Greek-Albanian border. The population at t ...

Rubik, Albania

Rubik is a town and a former municipality located in the central-north of Albania along national roadway SH30 which links Tirana/Lezhe County with Rreshen/Kukes and the new A1/SH5 Albania–Kosovo Highway. At the 2015 local government reform it bec ...

Shengjin

Shengjin is a coastal town and a former municipality in Lezhe County, northwestern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality of Lezhe. The population at the 2011 census was 8.091. Shengjin is a growi ...

Villages of Albania

There are approximately a total of 2.972 villages in Albania. They are listed below, grouped within 12 counties, 61 municipalities and 373 units of local governance. Villages of Tirana County. Villages of Vlore County. Villages of Diber County. V ...

Regions of Albania

Besides the Administrative divisions of Albania which are a hierarchy of Counties of Albania, Districts of Albania and Municipalities of Albania, here are a selection of sources for different regions of Albania.

Djedi River

Djedi River or Djeddi River is a wadi in Algeria and one of the largest rivers of Sahara. It starts in the Saharan Atlas mountains, at elevation of about 1.400 meters, flows for about 480 kilometers approximately from west to east, and discharges ...

Medea

Medea, population 123.535 is the capital city of Medea Province, Algeria. It is located roughly 68 km south of Algiers. The modern city is located on the site of an ancient Roman military post and has a history Dating back to the 10th century. Th ...

Mostaganem

Mostaganem is a port city in and capital of Mostaganem province, in the northwest of Algeria. The city, founded in the 11th century lies on the Gulf of Arzew, Mediterranean Sea and is 72 km ENE of Oran. It has 245.330 inhabitants as of the 2014 c ...

Ouallene

Ouallene or Ouallen is a desert town and bordj in southern Algeria. The village is located in the Adrar Province to the southeast of Reggane. The bordj sits at an elevation of about 346 m above sea level and lies in the heart of the Tanezrouft, o ...

Tamazirt (city)

Tamazirt is a small town in east of Kabylia, in Setif Province.70 km from Setif city. Where there is a considerable number of lakes and waterways

Djemaa Saharidj

Djemaa-Saharidj is a village in the wilaya of Tizi Ouzou, Algeria. The traditional center of the Aït Fraoussen tribe, and known for its abundance of resources, its ancient past and the role assigned to it in the history of the region. Djemaa Saha ...

Ilougane

Ilougane: is a small village located in the outskirts of Bejaïa and its neighbouring Bordj Bou Arreridj in Algeria. As they were highly influenced by Islamic culture when Islam was introduced to North Africa, they adopted Arabic as the main langu ...