Busra ash Sham

Busra ash Sham
Original name in latin Bur ash Shm
Name in other language Bosra, Bosra Eski Sham, Bosra ech Cham, Bosra ech Chm, Bostra, Busra, Busra Sham, Busra ash Sham, Busrah ash Sham, Burah ash Shm, Bur Bur ash Shm, bsry, bsry alsham, Босра
State code SY
Continent/City Asia/Damascus
longitude 32.52013
latitude 36.48256
altitude 844
Population 1000
Date 2012-09-06

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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