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Suhbaatar

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Suhbaatar is city of Mongolia (Selenge Aymag). The population of Suhbaatar: 24,235 people. Geographic coordinates of Suhbaatar: 50.23139 x 106.20778.

Country Mongolia
International title Suhbaatar
Population 24,235 people
Timezone Asia/Ulaanbaatar
State Selenge Aymag
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 50.23139 x Longitude: 106.20778

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Augusta Raurica
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Augusta Raurica Introduction Augusta Raurica is a Roman archaeological location, and it is also an open-air museum in the country of Switzerland. It is situated on the southern shore of the Rhine River, and it is located about 20 kilometers to the ...

Museum Rietberg
Country: Switzerland

Rietberg Museum Introduction  The Rietberg Museum is a famous museum located in the city of Zurich in the country of Switzerland, and it has Oceanic, Africa, and Asian art. It is the sole art museum in Switzerland that has artwork from non-Eu ...

Deutschordenskirche St. Elisabeth
Country: Austria

The knights of the Teutonic Order arrived in Vienna in the 13th century. They established their quarters near the Stephansdom, but only the tower still stands today. In the 15th century, they built the present Gothic church of St Elizabeth. Its Bar ...

Freyung
Country: Austria

The square derives its name from the right of sanctuary (frey is an old word for “free”) granted to any fugitive seeking refuge in the Schottenkirche (Scottish church), now at . The priory church was founded by Irish Benedictine friars, who ...

UNO-City
Country: Austria

On the left bank of the Danube is UNO-City, one of only three United Nations headquarters. The complex stands on international, non- Austrian territory; its post office uses its own special postage stamps and UN postmarks. UNO-City consists of four ...

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