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Sima

Sima - description of the city:

Sima is city of Comoros (Ndzuwani). The population of Sima: 10,374 people. Geographic coordinates of Sima: -12.19556 x 44.27667.

Country Comoros
International title Sima
Population 10,374 people
Timezone Indian/Comoro
State Ndzuwani
Geographic coordinates Latitude: -12.19556 x Longitude: 44.27667

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History and present of Sima
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The Simmental
Country: Switzerland

Simmental Introduction Simmental is a valley in the alpine area of the Bernese Oberland, in the country of Switzerland. It stretches from Lenk to Boltigen, in a basically south-north direction, and from there on to the exit of the valley at Wimmis ...

St Moritz
Country: Switzerland

St. Moritz Introduction St. Moritz is a little resort area in the valley of Engadine in the country of Switzerland. It has a population of roughly 5,200. It is located in the Maloja district, and it is a municipality there. It is located in the Gr ...

Augustinerkirche
Country: Austria

The 14th-century Gothic Augustinian church was refurbished in the Baroque style, but some 100 years later was restored again to its original character. Inside is one of the most powerful works by Antonio Canova (1805), the tomb of Maria Christina, ...

Neuhofen an der Ybbs
Country: Austria

Neuhofen is a small town on the Ybbs River, in the foothills of the Alps. Its centre is occupied by a Gothic church with a tall spire. The town was once a stopping place for pilgrims travelling to nearby Sonntagsberg, whose basilica is the central ...

Judenburg
Country: Austria

This town at the fork of a road is an old mercantile centre that took its name from the Juden, or Jews, who once lived and traded here. When Emperor Maximilian expelled the Jews in 1496, the town went into decline. Not much remains of the medieval ...

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