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Lake Darbandikhan
Darbandikhan
Darbandikhan
or Derbendîxan (Sorani Kurdish: دەربەندیخان‎) is a town and judiciary in the province of Sulaimaniya, Kurdistan. It is situated within the area of autonomy for the Kurdistan
Kurdistan
region of Iraq, inhabited by the majority of the Kurds. Darbandikhan
Darbandikhan
is located close to Darbandikhan
Darbandikhan
Lake (35°09′09″N 45°47′42″E / 35.152477°N 45.795021°E / 35.152477; 45.795021), and on the border with Diyala Province
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Geographic Coordinate System
A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.[note 1] The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position; alternatively, a geographic position may be expressed in a combined three-dimensional Cartesian vector. A common choice of coordinates is latitude, longitude and elevation.[1] To specify a location on a plane requires a map projection.[2]Contents1 History 2 Geodetic datum 3 Horizontal coordinates3.1 Latitude
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Dekon
Dekon is a village in Sulaymaniyah
Sulaymaniyah
Governorate, Iraq. The village's population consists of more than 100 families. It has the primary, secondary school, clinic, water project, an asphalt road, with a phone line that connects it to Khormal town and to all of Kurdistan
Kurdistan
and Iraq. It is 3 km away from khormal and 10 km from Halabja
Halabja
city. It was destroyed 2 times by the Iraqi regime the first time thirteenth of 20’s century and second time was 1987
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Sharazoor District
The Sharazoor or Sharazur District, also known as the Halabjay Taza District, is a district of the As Sulaymaniyah
Sulaymaniyah
Governorate, Iraq.[1]The town of Zarayan in the north of the districtSee also[edit]ShahrizorReferences[edit]^ The map of estimated population of Sulaimany governorate in districts level -2015, Kurdistan
Kurdistan
Region Statistics Office
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Sharbazher District
Sharbazher District is a district in Sulaymaniyah Governorate
Sulaymaniyah Governorate
in northeastern Iraq.[1] It refers to the lands north of Sulaymaniyah
Sulaymaniyah
or the lands behind the goyzha mountain. References[edit]^ The map of estimated population of Sulaimany governorate in districts level -2015, Kurdistan
Kurdistan
Region Statistics Office
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Sulaymaniyah District
Sulaymaniya District is a district of the Sulaymaniyah
Sulaymaniyah
Governorate, Iraq. Its main city is Sulaymaniyah, the capital of the Governorate.[1] References[edit]^ The map of estimated population of Sulaimany governorate in districts level -2015, Kurdistan Region Statistics Office
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Halabja District, Sulaymaniyah Governorate
Halabja
Halabja
District was a district of the Sulaymaniyah
Sulaymaniyah
Governorate, Iraq. In March 2014 the district was raised from district status to governorate status, becoming Halabja
Halabja
Governorate
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Halabja Governorate
Halabja
Halabja
Governorate or Halabja
Halabja
Province (Kurdish: پارێزگای ھەڵەبجە‎, Arabic: محافظة حلبجة‎ Muḥāfaẓat Ḥalabǧa) is a governorate in the Northern Iraq. The governorate was established in 2014, splitting off from Sulaymaniyah Governorate
Sulaymaniyah Governorate
and becoming the fourth governorate in Northern Iraq.[3][4] Its capital is the city of Halabja. The Kurdish Parliament first agreed to turn Halabja
Halabja
District into a province in 1999, but it was not enacted at the time.[5] The Kurdistan Regional Government approved of it becoming a governorate in June 2013.[6] Iraq's Council of Ministers approved a bill on 31 December 2013 to enable it.[7] The Iraqi Parliament had to pass the bill but failed to do so
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Barzinjah
Barzinjah or Barzinja (Kurdish: بەرزنجە‎) is a town in Sulaymaniyah Governorate
Sulaymaniyah Governorate
(muhafazat) of Iraq. According to some sources, Mahmud Barzanji, who led the 1919 revolt against the British in Iraq, was from a Qadiriyah Sufi family from Barzinja.v t e
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Chamchamal
Chamchamal
Chamchamal
(Kurdish: Çemçemall چه‌مچه‌ماڵ‎, Arabic جمجمال, ) is a Kurdish city located in Iraqi Kurdistan
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Gelara
Gelara
Gelara
or Geldara (Arabic: کیلدەرە‎), (Sorani Kurdish: گێڵدەرە‎) is a village in As Sulaymaniyah
As Sulaymaniyah
Governorate (muhafazat) of Iraq.east of As Sulaymaniyah
As Sulaymaniyah
Located at latitude : 35 31' 57.3", longitude : 45 40' 40.03"
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Ranya District
Ranya
Ranya
District (رانیه; Ra:nya) is located in Sulaymaniyah Governorate, Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraq. Its capital is Ranya.[1] The district has a population of 200,826.[2] The district includes three towns, Çiwarqurne, Bêtwate and Hacî awa, and is the centre of the Bîtwên and Raperîn area. The region of Ranya
Ranya
has been inhabited since ancient times and is rich in archaeologic sites such as Tell Shemshara, Tell Bazmusian, Girdedême, Kameryan and Boskin hills and Ranya
Ranya
castle. Its history as a district dates from the Ottoman Empire period in (1789) when the first district commissioner was appointed. The main tribes in Ranya
Ranya
are the Jaff, Bilbas, Ako and Shawri. Agriculturally, the area is well known for its fertile soil
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Kalar, Iraq
Kalar (Kurdish: که‌لار‎, Kelar ) is a city in Iraq
Iraq
located on the west bank of the Sirwan (Diyala) river in Sulaymaniyah Governorate. It is located east of Kifri
Kifri
and west of the Kermanshah, Iran towns of Qasri
Qasri
Shirin and Sarpol Zahab. The city is one of the twin towns of Rizgari-Kalar. It is an expanding urban area with growing infrastructure and a booming economy, with properties often more expensive than those in advanced countries. It is divided into the neighborhoods of Salaxa, Grdegozina, Bardasoor, Hamay Karem, Shaheedan, and Gazino.Contents1 History 2 Culture 3 Climate 4 Notable inhabitants 5 ReferencesHistory[edit] The Garmian area experienced the 3rd stage of the genocidal Al-Anfal campaign. The neighboring town Smud was built as a relocation camp for Kurds
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Mawat, Kurdistan
Mawat (Kurdish: Mawet‎) is a town located to the north of Sulaymaniyah
Sulaymaniyah
and to the southeast of Lake Dukan
Lake Dukan
in Iraqi Kurdistan. Mawat is a small town. It has been rebuilt to the south of Old Mawat (Mawata Kon in Kurdish). Mawat locals tell a story of the town being destroyed 300 years ago by the Ottoman Empire
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Qaladiza
Qalladze or Qeladizê is a City of 140,000 inhabitants in the Kurdistan
Kurdistan
Regional Government region in Iraqi Kurdistan, north of Sulaymaniyah, near the Iranian border. Qalladze means "Castle of Two Rivers" from the Kurdish words Qala= castle, dw= two and ze= river. In the south west of the City there is a Castle between two rivers.Contents1 Location 2 History 3 Gallery 4 ReferencesLocation[edit] It is surrounded by mountains like many parts of Kurdistan. The town is located in a middle of "Peshdar". History[edit] The whole town was devastated during the Iran– Iraq
Iraq
War and all residents were relocated to Bazian and other parts of Iraqi Kurdistan, but most of them in Bazzian, a small town located west of Sulimanyah. The people of Qalladze stayed there until the Kurdish uprising against Saddam Hussein's regime in 1991. Then they came back to their land. The town has continued to expand
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Ranya
Ranya
Ranya
(Sorani Kurdish: ڕانیە‎) is a town in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, and is a part of the Sulaymaniyah
Sulaymaniyah
Governance. According to the 2015 census, Ranya
Ranya
has a population of 229,924. A mid-sized town, Ranya
Ranya
is ringed by Kewa Rash, which means "Black Mountain" in Kurdish. The town contains many popular tourist areas, including Darband, Daristan-i-Ranya, and Ganaw, as well as the villages of Dill-I Shawry, Akoyan, Betwata, Sar-u-Chawa and Zew-I Xoshnawati. These locations all provide stunning views of the local scenery. Known for its produce and agricultural expertise, the areas surrounding the town are extremely fertile. The people of Ranya
Ranya
have participated in a number of revolutions against tyrannical Iraqi regimes, most famously in March 1991
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