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Map of Ma'rib district in Yemen

Basic information about Ma'rib
Ma'rib (Arabic: مأرب Maʾrib) is a governorate of Yemen. Its centre, Ma'rib, was established after the discovery of oil deposits in 1984. Ma'rib's population in 2004 was 241,619.
Cities, towns & villages in Ma'rib
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BarāqishBarāqish or Barāḳish or Aythel (Arabic: براقش‎‎) is a town in north-western Yemen, 120 miles to the east of Sana'a in the province of al-Jawf on a high hill. It is located in Wādī Farda(h). It was known to the Greeks and Romans as Athlula (or Athrula), from the ancient Sabaean Yṯl (probably vocalized Yathill). Show Barāqishon the map
Ma'ribMa'rib or Marib (Arabic: مأرب‎‎ Maʾrib) is the capital city of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen and was the capital of the Sabaean kingdom, which some scholars believe to be the ancient Sheba of biblical fame. It is located at 15°25′0″N 45°21′0″E / 15.41667°N 45.35000°E, approximately 120 kilometers east of Yemen's modern capital, Sana'a. It has a current population of 16,794. In 2011 Ma'rib has been referred to as \"the Al Qaeda capital of Yemen\". Show Ma'ribon the map
AsdāsAsdas is a village in the northern part of the Ma'rib Governorate of Yemen. It is located northwest of the city of Ma'rib. It is roughly halfway between Ma'rib and Al Hazm to the northwest. Yasaihar is one of the nearest settlements to the northwest on the way to Al Hazm. Show Asdāson the map
States, regions, administrative units in Ma'rib
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SirwahSirwah (OSA: Ṣrwḥ, Arabic: صرواح خولان‎‎ Ṣirwāḥ Ḫawlān) was, after Ma'rib, the most important economical and political center of the Kingdom of Saba at the beginning of the 1st century BC, on the Arabian Peninsula. Ṣirwāḥ was surrounded by a fortified wall. The city layout inside the oasis included a number of large buildings.Show on map
Marib CityMa'rib or Marib (Arabic: مأرب‎‎ Maʾrib) is the capital city of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen and was the capital of the Sabaean kingdom, which some scholars believe to be the ancient Sheba of biblical fame. It is located at 15°25′0″N 45°21′0″E / 15.41667°N 45.35000°E, approximately 120 kilometers east of Yemen's modern capital, Sana'a. It has a current population of 16,794. In 2011 Ma'rib has been referred to as \"the Al Qaeda capital of Yemen\".Show on map
MaribMa'rib or Marib (Arabic: مأرب‎‎ Maʾrib) is the capital city of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen and was the capital of the Sabaean kingdom, which some scholars believe to be the ancient Sheba of biblical fame. It is located at 15°25′0″N 45°21′0″E / 15.41667°N 45.35000°E, approximately 120 kilometers east of Yemen's modern capital, Sana'a. It has a current population of 16,794. In 2011 Ma'rib has been referred to as \"the Al Qaeda capital of Yemen\".Show on map
Muḩāfaz̧at Ma’ribMa'rib (Arabic: مأرب‎‎ Maʾrib) is a governorate of Yemen. It is located 173 kilometers to the northeast of Yemen's capital, Sana'a. The population of Ma'rib Governorate comprises 1.2% of the country's total population. The city of Ma'rib is the capital of the governorate, and was established after the discovery of oil deposits in 1984. Ma'rib's population in 2004 was 241,619.Show on map
Harib Al QaramishMa'rib (Arabic: مأرب‎‎ Maʾrib) is a governorate of Yemen. It is located 173 kilometers to the northeast of Yemen's capital, Sana'a. The population of Ma'rib Governorate comprises 1.2% of the country's total population. The city of Ma'rib is the capital of the governorate, and was established after the discovery of oil deposits in 1984. Ma'rib's population in 2004 was 241,619.Show on map
ḨarībHarib Al Qaramish District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 8,573 inhabitants.Show on map
Jabal MuradJabal Murad District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 10,280 inhabitants.Show on map
Al AbdiyahAl Abdiyah District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 13,000 inhabitants.Show on map
BidbadahBidbadah District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 18,214 inhabitants.Show on map
Al JubahAl Jubah District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 21,093 inhabitants.Show on map
MahliyahMahliyah District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 9,156 inhabitants.Show on map
MedghalMedghal District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 10,654 inhabitants.Show on map
RaghwanRaghwan District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 4,391 inhabitants.Show on map
MajzarMajzar District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 10,477 inhabitants.Show on map
RahabahRahabah District is a district of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 7,441 inhabitants.Show on map
Different buildings in Ma'rib
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BarāqishBarāqish or Barāḳish or Aythel (Arabic: براقش‎‎) is a town in north-western Yemen, 120 miles to the east of Sana'a in the province of al-Jawf on a high hill. It is located in Wādī Farda(h). It was known to the Greeks and Romans as Athlula (or Athrula), from the ancient Sabaean Yṯl (probably vocalized Yathill).Show on map