Ad Dimnah

Original name in latin Ad Dimnah
Name in other language Ad Dimnah, aldmnt
State code YE
Continent/City Asia/Aden
longitude 13.45398
latitude 44.18168
altitude 1236
Population 0
Date 2012-01-16

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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