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Tiro is a town and sub-prefecture in the Faranah Prefecture in the Faranah Region of Guinea.It lies on the upper reaches of the River Niger. As of 2014 it had a population of 18,982 people.
A town is a human settlement. Towns are generally larger than villages but smaller than cities, though the criteria to distinguish them vary considerably between different parts of the world.
The sub-prefectures are the third-level administrative divisions in Guinea. As of 2009 there were 303 rural communes of Guinea and 38 urban communes, 5 of which compose the Conakry greater urban area; Kaloum, Dixinn, Matam, Ratoma and Matoto.
Faranah is a prefecture located in the Faranah Region of Guinea. The capital is Faranah. The prefecture covers an area of 12,966 km2 and has an estimated population of 280,511.
The terrain around Tiro is mainly flat. Tiro is located in a valley. The highest point nearby is 485 meters above sea level, 1.0 km northwest of Tiro. Around Tiro, it is sparsely populated, with 14 inhabitants per square kilometer. There are no other communities nearby. In the surroundings around Tiro grows mainly savanna forest . The Savanna climate prevails in the area. The average annual temperature in the neighborhood is 21° C . The warmest month is February, when the average temperature is 25° C, and the coldest is August, with 18° C. average annual turnaround is 2,025 millimeters. The rainy month is September, with an average of 410 mm rainfall, and the driest is January, with 1 mm rainfall.
San José del Palmar is a municipality and town in the Chocó Department, Colombia in the central part of the country, 240 km west of the capital Bogotá. San José del Palmar is 1,288 meters above sea level and the population is 4768. The terrain around San José del Palmar is mountainous to the east, but to the west it is hilly. The highest point nearby is 1,737 meters above sea level, 1.0 km southeast of San José del Palmar. Around San José del Palmar, it is quite densely populated, with 52 inhabitants per square kilometer. There are no other communities nearby. In the surroundings around San José del Palmar, mainly green deciduous forest grows.
Maro River also known as Sungai Merauke and Merauke-rivier, Merauki River flows in Merauke Regency, Papua Province, Indonesia.
Abuko is a town in the West Coast Division of the Gambia, five miles southwest of the capital Banjul. It is located in the district of Kombo North/Saint Mary to the north of Banjul International Airport and Abuko Nature Reserve.
The Bützistock is a mountain of the Glarus Alps. It lies on the border between the cantons of Glarus and St. Gallen in Eastern Switzerland. The top is 2,496 m (8,189 ft) above sea level or 513 meters above the surrounding terrain. The width at the base is 18 km.
The Van Daalen River is a river of Western New Guinea in the province of Papua, Indonesia. It is a tributary of Tariku River.
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Wera River is a river of Flores, East Nusa Tenggara province, Indonesia, about 1500 km east of the capital Jakarta.
Kadassa River is a river of Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.
Tabai River is a river in northern part of Western Papua, Papua province, Indonesia.
Warenai River is a river in northern New Guinea, Indonesia. Tributaries include the Wapoga River.
Wapoga River is a river in northern New Guinea, Indonesia. It is a tributary of the Warenai River. The Wapoga River basin and surrounding mountains were surveyed by a team of scientists organized by Conservation International in 1998. The rainbowfish Glossolepis leggetti and Melanotaenia rubripinnis are only known from this river system.
Sobger River is a river in northern New Guinea, province of Papua, Indonesia. It is a tributary of the Taritatu River. The total length is 188.861 km.
Waruta River is a river in northern Western Papua in the province of Papua, Indonesia. It is a tributary of the Taritatu River.
Seremuk River is a river in West Papua province, Indonesia.
Mapi River is a river in southern Papua province, Indonesia.
Bulaka River is a river in southern Western Papua, in the Papua province, Indonesia.
Pono River is a river on the Indonesian part of the island of Timor, so-called West Timor, which is in the territory of the East Nusa Tenggara province, about 2000 km east of the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.
Code is the name of a river that flows through the city of Yogyakarta on the island of Java, Indonesia. Pollution is a problem along the river. Sayidan Bridge crosses the river.
Simba is a small village along the Mombasa Road (A109), some 140 kilometers southeast of Nairobi, between Emali and Kiboko. It is situated on the boundary of the Makueni and Kajiado counties. The Simba Plains are located some 10 kilometers due south.
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