Mizda District

Summary

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Mizda was one of the districts of Libya. In the 2007 reorganization of Libyan districts its territory became part of Jabal al Gharbi District.[1]

Prior to 2007 Mizdah bordered the following districts:

At the time Mizda bordered more districts than any other Libyan district.

SettlementsEdit

The following are important settlements in the former Mizda District:[2]

  • Mizda (مزدة) a town at 31° 25' 20"N 12° 57' 0"E
  • Nasmah (-نسمة) a village at 31° 23' 0 N 13° 17' 0 E
  • Bi'r Abu al Ghurab or Abu West (أبو الغرب) a village at 30° 38' 0 N 13° 36' 0 E
  • Al Qaryah al Gharbīyah (القرية الغربية) at 30° 24' 24" N 13° 25' 14" E
  • Tabaqa (طبقة) at 30° 25' 53" N 13° 19' 7" E [3]
  • Ash Shuwayrif or Esc Sciuere (الشويرف) at 29° 59' 20" N 14° 15' 20" E[4]
  • Fessano or Fisānū (فسانو) also Fessano Almchachep (منطقة فسانو) or Sawani Fassanu at 31° 18' 19" N 12° 47' 42" E
  • Qaryat (القرية الشرقية) at 30° 23' 17" N 13° 34' 50" E
  • Ash Shaqiqa (الشقيقة) a village at 31° 38' 22" N 12° 48' 24" E

NotesEdit

  1. ^ شعبيات الجماهيرية العظمى – Sha'biyat of Great Jamahiriya Archived 2009-02-07 at the Wayback Machine, accessed 21 June 2009, in Arabic
  2. ^ Districts of Libya:Mizdah Website of the General People's Committee of Libya, in Arabic, from Internet Archive dated 30 August 2006
  3. ^ photo of Tabaqah Panoramio
  4. ^ photo of Ash Shuwayrif Panoramio

Coordinates: 31°26′N 12°59′E / 31.433°N 12.983°E / 31.433; 12.983