Sukkur
geographical name city Pakistan in N Sind on the Indus population 193,000

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  • Sukkur — سکر …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sukkur —   [ sʊkʊə], Stadt in der Provinz Sind, Südostpakistan, am rechten Ufer des Indus, 190 600 Einwohner; Zement , Textil , Nahrungsmittelindustrie. Der Sukkurdamm bei Sukkur staut den Indus seit 1932 für Bewässerungszwecke …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Sukkur — Sukkur, Stadt am rechten Indusufer in der Provinz Sind der britisch indischen Präsidentschaft Bombay, ist Militärstation, hat eine besuchte Messe u. 6000 Ew …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Sukkur — Pakistani Cities official name = Sukkur emblem = province = Sindh city location n1 = 28 n2 = 05 n3 = 02 e1 = 68 e2 = 43 e3 = 47 elevation m = 67 area total km2 = 5165 census year = 1998 estimate year = 2006 census pop = estimate pop =over 1… …   Wikipedia

  • Sukkur — 27.69111111111168.849166666667 Koordinaten: 27° 41′ N, 68° 51′ O …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sukkur — 28°05′02″N 68°43′47″E / 28.08389, 68.72972 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sukkur — /suk euhr/, n. a city in SE Pakistan, on the Indus River. 158,876. * * * ▪ Pakistan  city, Sindh province, southeastern Pakistan. The city lies on the west bank of the Indus River, connected with Rohri on the opposite bank by a cantilever bridge …   Universalium

  • Sukkur — Original name in latin Sukkur Name in other language Gorad Sukur, SKZ, Sukkur, Sukur, Sukuras, sakkaru, skr, skr, pakstan, su ku er, sukuleu, Горад Сукур, Суккур, Сукур State code PK Continent/City Asia/Karachi longitude 27.70516 latitude… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • SUKKUR —    (29), a town on the Indus (here spanned by a fine bridge), 28 m. SE. of Shikarpur; has rail communication with Kurrachee and Afghanistan, and considerable trade in various textiles, opium, saltpetre, sugar, &c.; 1 m. distant is Old Sukkur; the …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Sukkur — ► C. del SE de Pakistán, prov. de Sind; 190 551 h. Yacimiento paleolítico …   Enciclopedia Universal

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