Tserona Subregion

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Tsorona (Ge’ez  : ጾሮና) is a subregion in the southern Debub region of Eritrea. Its old name was Atkaro. The area was a major battle zone during the Eritrean-Ethiopian War.

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Coordinates: 14°37′17″N39°11′42″E / 14.621281°N 39.194981°E / 14.621281; 39.194981