Ad Dujayl
Original name in latin Ad Dujayl
Name in other language Ad Dujayl, Al Ibrahimiyah, Al Ibrhmyah, Doujail, Doujal, Dudschail, Dudzail, Dudail, Dujail, Dujayl, Nahiya Sumaika, Nahiya Sumaka, Nahiyat ad Dujayl, Niyat ad Dujayl, Sumaicha, Sumaichah, Sumaika, Sumaikcheh, Sumaykah, Sumaka, Sumeicha, Sumeik
State code IQ
Continent/City Asia/Baghdad
longitude 33.84667
latitude 44.23444
altitude 46
Population 26362
Date 2012-01-16

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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