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Aden City Map






  Facts about Aabenraa  
CountryYemen
StateAdan
Founded 8BC
Area760 km²
Population760923
Lat Long Coordinates 12°48′N45°02′E
Time Zone UTC+3
Language Arabic
Major Religion Islam and Christians
Point of interestThe historical British churches
 The Zoroastrian Temple
 The Cisterns of Tawila—an ancient, water-cachement system located in the sub-centre of Crater.
 Sira Fort
 The Aden Minaret
 The Palace of the Sultanate of Lahej/National Museum
 The Aden Military Museum
 The Rimbaud House
 The fortifications of Jebal Hadid and Jebal Shamsan
 The beaches of Aden and Little Aden
 Al-Aidaroos Mosque

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Aden is one of the most important Yemeni cities, 105 miles away the Bab-el-Mandeb. The old natural harbor of this city is situated in the crater of an inactive volcano. Currently, this harbor has formed a peninsula and a low isthmus
has joined this peninsula to the mainland. This harbor is believed to have been first used by the Awsan kingdom.

Presently, Aden has an approximate population of 590,000. The distinct divisions of Aden are as follows:
  • Crater, the Yemeni port city
  • Ma'alla, the modern port
  • Tawahi, popularly known as "Steamer Point" in past
  • Resorts of Gold Mohur
  • Khormaksar

While talking about the city of Aden, its university and airport need special mention as they have contributed a lot in its popularity. Some of the major places of interest in Aden are listed below:
  • The Cisterns of Tawila
  • Sira Fort
  • National Museum
  • The Rimbaud House
  • The Aden Minaret
  • Al-Aidaroos Mosque
  • The Aden Military Museum
  • The fortifications of Jebal Hadid and Jebal Shamsan
  • The Beaches of Aden and Little Aden

The transportation and boarding facilities of Aden also deserve appreciation. The city is mainly served by the International Airport of Aden. It is only 9.5 kilometers away from the city. Like most other Yemenis cities it also underwent a long past that has a major historical significance.




 

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