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Atlas of Somaliland

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Soomaaliland
جمهورية أرض الصومال

Soomaaliga Soomaaliland - Jamhuuriyadda Soomaaliland

Jamhuuriyadda Soomaaliland marka laga reebo dadka uu dhashay yaana loo fahmin qabiil ereygasi cid kaloo uu maqan ma jirto Soomaaliland, dadka qudha ee uu maqan waa muxaafidka iyo mucaaridka jooga dalka gudihiisa iyo dibadiisaba. Hadaba ha moodina inay ogolashaha Soomaaliland ku jirto gacmaha reer galbeedka lakiin waxay ku jirta shacbiga Soomaaliland gacmahoooda ... iyaga ogolaashaha soo dedejin kara dibna uu dhigi kara .. waxa loga bahan yahay inay firfircooni muujiyaan ... oo inta qurbaha joogta saaraan kana hadlaan qadiyada Soomaaliland. Binniadamku haduu is fahmi wayo wa lakala durkaa taana macnaheedu maha in lays neceb yahay ma laysugu maqan yahay colaad.

العربية [1]جمهورية أرض الصومال - جمهورية ارض الصومال


جمهورية أرض الصومال هي دولة تقع في شرق افريقيا منطقة القرن الافريقي مطلة على الشاطئ الجنوبي خليج عدن . لها حدود مشتركة من الشمال مع دولة جيبوتي. من الجنوب و الشرق مع الصومال و من الغرب مع إثيوبيا. لا يوجد أي دولة تعترف رسميا بوجودها مع أن جمهورية أرض الصومال قائمة على أرض الواقع، من حيث البرلمان، الإدارة، القوات و السياسة الداخلية و الخارجية.

English Somaliland - Republic of Somaliland

The Republic of Somaliland (Soomaaliland, أرض الصومال Arḍ aṣ-Ṣūmāl) is an unrecognized de facto sovereign state located in the Horn of Africa. In May 18, 1991, the major Somaliland clan, namely Isaqs, declared independence from ► Somalia. The Republic of Somaliland claims to include five administrative regions with governor as highest ranking leader of each region. The Republic of Somaliland considers itself to be the successor state of the former British Somaliland protectorate. The area encompasses roughly the former British Somaliland protectorate, an area of about 137,600 square kilometres (53,128 sq mi), which was briefly an independent country for five days in June 26, 1960. It is bordered by ► Ethiopia on the south, ► Djibouti on the west, the Gulf of Aden on the north, and the autonomous Puntland region of Somalia on the east. It has maritime borders with ► Yemen. The capital of Somaliland is Hargeisa.


Short name  Somaliland
Official  name Republic of Somaliland
Status Withdrawal from a political union with the trust territory of Somalia Italiana in 1991
Location Horn of Africa
Capital Hargeisa
Population 3,500,000 (Est. 2008) inhabitants
Area 137,600 km²
Major  languages Somali (official), Arabic (official), English (official)
Major  religions Islam
More information Somaliland, Geography of Somaliland, History of Somaliland and Politics of Somaliland
More  images Somaliland - Somaliland (Category).

General maps

Somaliland-map-en.png Map of Somaliland
Somalia-Somaliland.png Map of Somaliland
Somaliland map.png Map of Somaliland
Somaliland.png Map of Somaliland
Somaliland pl.png Map of Somaliland
Flag-map of Somaliland.svg Flag map of Somaliland
LocationSomaliland.png Locator map of Somaliland
Somalia map states regions districts.png Current political situation in Somalia
Somalia-regions-states 2.PNG Map of Somalia showing the various regions. The pink part is the Somaliland macro region.
Somaliland map numbered2.png Regions of Somaliland

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Somaliland, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Somaliland.

Aden gulf 1860.jpg Gulf of Aden and the Somaliland region in northwestern Somalia, 1860

Other maps

Somalia ethnic grps 2002.jpg Ethnic groups, 2002

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  1. Romanization: Ard as-Sūmāl - (Jumhūrīyat Ard as-Sūmāl.

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