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Sagh

Sagh - description of the city:

Sagh is city of Chad (Region du Moyen-Chari). The population of Sagh: 102,528 people. Geographic coordinates of Sagh: 9.1429 x 18.3923.

Country Chad
International title Sagh
Population 102,528 people
Timezone Africa/Ndjamena
State Region du Moyen-Chari
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 9.1429 x Longitude: 18.3923

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One day in Sagh
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Famous Landmarks of Sagh
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The main attractions of Sagh
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Spending days in Sagh
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Sagh - places of Interest
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Places to visit in Sagh

Famous Places

Heeresgeschichtliches Museum
Country: Austria

The impressive Museum of Army History is housed in the military complex known as the Arsenal, built as a fortress in 1856. The museum, which chronicles Austria’s military prowess from the 16th century, was designed by Theophil Hansen and Ludwig F ...

Stubing
Country: Austria

After several earlier attempts, the Osterreichische Freilichtmuseum (Austrian Open- Air Museum) was started in 1962, when work was begun in the Styrian village of Stubing by the renowned scholar Professor Viktor Herbert Pottler. It now occupies an ...

Castle Riegersburg
Country: Austria

On a steep basaltic rock high above the Grazbach stream stands Schloss Riegersburg, a mighty medieval fortress, once Styria’s most easterly outpost against raiders from Hungary, and then Turkey, and, more recently, a German stronghold during Worl ...

St. Lambrecht
Country: Austria

St. Lambrecht, a Benedictine Abbey, was founded in the 12th century by Henry III, Duke of Carinthia. The monastery complex was built in 1640 to designs by Domenico Sciassi. The church dates from the 14th century, but it was rebuilt in the Baroque s ...

Vocklabruck
Country: Austria

In 1134, Wezelo von Schondorf built a bridge over the Vockla River, and next to it a church and a hospital. Soon a trading settlement sprang up which later became a large town. The only original structures that have survived are two medieval towers ...

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