Abu Kabir

Original name in latin Ab Kabr
Name in other language Abu Kabir, Abu Kebir, Abu Kebr, Abu Kibir, Ab Kabr, Ab Kibr, Kafr Abu Kabir, Kafr Abu Kebir, Kafr Abu Kebr, Kafr Ab Kabr, abw kbyr
State code EG
Continent/City Africa/Cairo
longitude 30.72508
latitude 31.67148
altitude 17
Population 100684
Date 2012-01-19

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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