Glenavy


Glenavy
Original name in latin Glenavy
Name in other language Glenavy
State code GB
Continent/City Europe/London
longitude 54.59231
latitude -6.21371
altitude 71
Population 1089
Date 2013-01-05

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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