Tirnale Bangial

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Tirnale Bangial
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Tirnale Bangial
Coordinates: 33°17′N73°10′E / 33.28°N 73.16°E / 33.28; 73.16
Country Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
Province Proposed Flag of Islamabad Capital Territory.svg Islamabad C.T
Elevation
554 m (1,818 ft)
Population
  Total42,231
Time zone UTC+5 (PST)

Tirnale Bangial is a town in the Islamabad Capital Territory of Pakistan. It is located at 33° 28' 45N 73° 16' 10E with an altitude of 554 metres (1820 feet). [1]

The town gets its name from the Bangial tribe, who make up the bulk of the population.

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