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Map of Shabwah district in Yemen

Basic information about Shabwah
Shabwah (Arabic: شبوة Šabwa) is a governorate (province) of Yemen. Its main town is Ataq. During the Yemeni Civil War in 2015, the province became a battleground. The battle, known as the Shabwah Campaign, ended on August 15, 2015, after forces loyal to the government of Abd Rabbah Mansour Hadi defeated Houthi rebels.
Cities, towns & villages in Shabwah
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BalḩāfBalhaf is an industrial port town and an oasis in an area of coastal dunes in the Burum Coastal Area of Yemen. It has palm trees and white sand, which gives way to fields of black lava and to the fishing port of Bir-Ali. Qana, a major point of departure of the Route I'Encens, was the main port of the ancient kingdom of Hadhramaut, and is dominated by a hill, Husn al-Ghurab, or remains of the ancient vestiges. A I'écart is located on an extinct volcano, a crater lake with turquoise waters. The \"Corniche\" road leads to the coastal port of Burum. Burum, a typical fishing port, is an old village surrounded by a gypsum kilns. Close by, one can see the large bay of Mukalla, whose wetlands are populated by migrant birds from India or Africa. Show Balḩāfon the map
AtaqAtaq (Arabic: عتق‎‎), alternately spelled Attaq, is a small city and the capital of Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. Ataq is 458 km south east of Sana'a. The difference in elevation of the city is about 70 m with generally partially flat topography with altitudinal variation in the range of 1120–1190 m.a.s.l. Its population was around 37,315 according to a 2004 census. On May 24, 1994, Ataq was seized by northern Yemeni forces. According to the Geo Names Database, Ataq is located at an altitude of 1146 metres. It is served by Ataq Airport; the landing strip is located to the north of the town. Show Ataqon the map
BayḩānBeihan (Arabic: بيحان‎‎), also known as Bayhan al Qisab (Arabic: بيحان القصاب), is a town in western Yemen. The town had 13,234 inhabitants as of 2004. It was formerly the capital city of Emirate of Beihan, and today is the capital of Bayhan District in the Shabwah Governorate. Show Bayḩānon the map
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States, regions, administrative units in Shabwah
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HabbanHabban District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 29,846 inhabitants. The district takes its name after the town Habban which lies in \"As sa'aid\" district, located at 14o21'N. latitude, 47o04'E. longitude. The town is some 275 km. East by Northeast of Aden by air (425 km overland by the most common route), some 75 km inland from the Gulf of Aden. The district was once the home of many Jews, who have since migrated to Israel.Show on map
ShabwahShabwah (Arabic: شبوة‎‎ Šabwa) is a governorate (province) of Yemen. Its main town is Ataq. During the Yemeni Civil War in 2015, the province became a battleground. The battle, known as the Shabwah Campaign, ended on August 15, 2015, after forces loyal to the government of Abd Rabbah Mansour Hadi defeated Houthi rebels.Show on map
Merkhah As SuflaMerkhah As Sufla District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 40,635 inhabitants.Show on map
ArmaArma District (Yemen) is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 10,188 inhabitants.Show on map
Merkhah Al UlyaMerkhah Al Ulya District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 32,278 people.Show on map
Ar RawdahAr Rawdah District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 27,371 inhabitants.Show on map
As SaidAs Said District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 35,034 inhabitants.Show on map
Mayfa'aMayfa'a District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 41,597 inhabitants.Show on map
BayhanBayhan District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 48,347 inhabitants.Show on map
DharDhar District (Yemen) is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 9,927 people.Show on map
Al TalhAl Talh District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 9,404 inhabitants.Show on map
NisabNisab District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 42,050 inhabitants.Show on map
AtaqAtaq District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 37,315 inhabitants.Show on map
RudumRudum District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 23,244 inhabitants.Show on map
AinAin District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 22,051 inhabitants.Show on map
UsaylanUsaylan District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 31,518 people.Show on map
JardanJardan District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 16,270 people.Show on map
HatibHatib District is a district of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 13,335 people.Show on map
Different buildings in Shabwah
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Ataq AirportAtaq Airport (IATA: AXK, ICAO: OYAT) is an airport serving Ataq, the capital city of the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen.Show on map
Beihan AirportBeihan Airport (IATA: BHN, ICAO: OYBN) is an airport serving Beihan, a city in the Shabwah Governorate in Yemen.Show on map