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Socotra Archipelago (Arabic: أرخبيل سقطرى ʾArḫabīl Suquṭrā) or Suqutra is one of the governorates of Yemen. It is composed of the archipelago of Socotra.
Cities, towns & villages in Soqatra
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HadibuHadibu (Arabic: حاديبو‎‎ Ḥādībū), formerly known as Tamrida (Arabic: is a coastal town in northern Socotra (Yemen), not far from the mount Jabal al-Jahir. It is the largest town of the small archipelago, with a population of 8,545 at the 2004 census. Hadibu is also the capital of the larger eastern district of Socotra's two administrative districts, Hidaybū. For the inhabitants of the town, animal husbandry is the main source of income. Show Hadibuon the map
QalansīyahQalansiyah is a town on the main island of Socotra, Yemen. Its approximate population is 4,000. The majority of the population are sustenance fishermen. Show Qalansīyahon the map
StērohSteroh (Arabic: ستيروح‎‎) is a coastal town in southern Socotra, Yemen. It is located at around 12°20′35″N 53°55′0″E / 12.34306°N 53.91667°E. Show Stērohon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Soqatra
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Qulensya Wa Abd Al KuriQulensya Wa Abd Al Kuri District is one of two districts of the Socotra Governorate, Yemen. It occupies the western part of the main island of Socotra archipelago, and all other islands of the archipelago. It is named after its capital, Qulensya, on the north coast of Socotra island, and Abd al Kuri, the second largest island of the archipelago. As of 2003, the district had a population of 10,109 inhabitants.Show on map
HidaybuHidaybu District is one of two districts of the Socotra Governorate, Yemen. It occupies the eastern part of the main island of Socotra archipelago. It is named after its capital and the principal town of the archipelago, the town of Hidaybu (Hadibu). As of 2003, the district had a population of 34,011 people.Show on map
SocotraSocotra Archipelago (Arabic: أرخبيل سقطرى‎‎ ʾArḫabīl Suquṭrā) or Suqutra is one of the governorates of Yemen. It is composed of the archipelago of Socotra.Show on map
Different buildings in Soqatra
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SocotraSocotra Airport (Arabic: مطار سقطرى الدولي) is an airport in Socotra, Yemen (IATA: SCT, ICAO: OYSQ). It is the only commercial airport that serves the Yemeni island of Socotra in the Arabian Sea and its capital town of Hadibu. It was opened in 1999.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Soqatra
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SocotraSocotra (Arabic: سُقُطْرَى‎‎ Suquṭra), also spelled Soqotra, is an island and a small archipelago of four islands in the Arabian Sea. The territory is part of Yemen, and had long been a subdivision of the Aden Governorate. In 2004, it became attached to the Hadhramaut Governorate, which is much closer to the island than Aden (although the nearest governorate was the Al Mahrah Governorate). In 2013, the archipelago became its own governorate, the Soqatra Governorate.Show on map
Jazīrat SamḩahSamhah or Samha (Arabic: سمحة‎‎) is an inhabited island of the Socotra archipelago, between the main island of Socotra, and Somalia. Like the whole group, it belongs to Yemen, and is part of Socotra Governorate. Somalia also claims the island. It measures 40 square kilometres (15 square miles) in area, making it the smallest of the three inhabited islands of the group, after the main island of Socotra and Abd al Kuri. The population of some 100 lives in a village on the western part of the north coast. Samhah and neighboring Darsah (17 km (11 mi) to the east) are collectively known as \"Al Akhawain\" (Arabic: الأخوين‎‎) which means \"The Brothers\".Show on map
DarsahDarsah (Arabic: درسة‎‎) is an uninhabited island in the Socotra Archipelago of Yemen. Darsah and neighboring Samhah (17 km (11 mi) to the west) are collectively known as \"Al Akhawain\" (Arabic: الأخوين‎‎) which means \"The Brothers\".Show on map