Sittwe
or formerly Akyab geographical name city & port W Myanmar; chief town of Arakan coast population 42,329

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  • Sittwe — [sit′wē΄] seaport in W Myanmar: pop. 108,000 …   English World dictionary

  • Sittwe — Infobox Settlement official name = Sittwe other name = native name = my. စစ်တွေမြို့ nickname = settlement type = motto = imagesize = 300px image caption = Sittwe main street flag size = image seal size = image shield = shield size = image blank… …   Wikipedia

  • Sittwe — Localisation de Sittwe Rue principale …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sittwe — /sit way/, n. a seaport in W Burma (Myanmar). 107,907. Formerly, Akyab. * * * ▪ Myanmar also called  Akyab,         town, western Myanmar (Burma). It is the chief settlement of the Arakan region. Situated on the Bay of Bengal at the mouth of the… …   Universalium

  • Sittwe — Original name in latin Sittwe Name in other language AKY, Ak jab, Akyab, Sittwe, Акьяб State code MM Continent/City Asia/Rangoon longitude 20.14624 latitude 92.89835 altitude 5 Population 177743 Date 2012 12 06 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Sittwe — Karte mit den Verwaltungseinheiten von Myanmar; Rakhaing Staat hervorgehoben Akjab (Akyab, birmanisch Tsit htwe) ist die Hauptstadt des Rakhaing bzw. Arakan Staats in Myanmar (Birma) und bildet zugleich den Haupthafen an der Ostküste der Insel… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sittwe —    (Sittway)    The capital of Arakan (Rakhine) State, known as Akyab during the British colonial era, a Bengali name. Its population was estimated at 135,033 in 1996. Located at the mouth of the Kaladan River, where it empties into the Bay of… …   Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar)

  • Sittwe — Sịttwe,   Akyạb, Hauptstadt des Rakhinestaates, Birma, Hafen am Golf von Bengalen, 106 900 Einwohner; Reismühlen …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Sittwe — Akyab …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Sittwe — Sit•twe [[t]ˈsɪt weɪ[/t]] n. geg a seaport in W Burma. 107,907 Formerly, Akyab …   From formal English to slang

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