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Obock Region
Rakaakay Obock
Gobolka Obock
إقليم أوبوخ
Region (Gobolka - Rakaakay)
Obock Region landscape.jpg
Djibouti - Obock.svg
Coordinates: 11°58′N 43°18′E / 11.967°N 43.300°E / 11.967; 43.300Coordinates: 11°58′N 43°18′E / 11.967°N 43.300°E / 11.967; 43.300
CountryObock Region Djibouti
Administrative centreObock
Area
 • Total4,700 km2 (1,800 sq mi)
Population
 (2022)
 • Total55,044[1]
ISO 3166 codeDJ-OB

The Obock Region (Afar: Rakaakay Obock, Arabic: إقليم أوبوخ, Somali: Gobolka Obokh) is a region in northern Djibouti. It has a land area of 4,700 square kilometres (1,800 sq mi), and had a population of 37,856 in 2009.[2] It lies along the Red Sea, Bab-el-Mandeb, Gulf of Aden, Gulf of Tadjoura and includes the Seven Brothers, Doumeira Islands and the coastal city of Obock. It lies along a portion of the national border with Eritrea. In total area, it is larger than Cape Verde and smaller than Trinidad and Tobago. The topography of the region has highland and coastal plains.

  1. ^ "Djibouti Population". presidence.dj. Retrieved 2 February 2020.
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Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed

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to 2013. Mohamed was born in 1952 in Souali, situated in the northern Obock region of present-day Djibouti. He studied at the University of Limoges in France...

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Geography of Djibouti

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situated near the border with Ethiopia. The Mabla Mountains are located in Obock Region. At 1,780 m (5,850 ft) above sea level, the mountains are situated behind...

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Ahmed Dini Ahmed

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the point at which the border with Eritrea enters the Red Sea in the Obock Region; to the east, a section of the Red Sea coast north of Ras Bir; to the...

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Tadjourah Region

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is bordered by Eritrea to the north, Ethiopia to the northwest, the Obock Region to the northeast, the Dikhil and Arta regions and Lake Asal to the south...

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Moulhoule

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Moulhoule (Arabic: مول هولة) is a town in the northern Obock region of Djibouti. It is situated on the west coast of the Red Sea, at its southern entrance...

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Medeho

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Medeho (Arabic: مديهو) is a town in the northeastern Obock Region of Djibouti. Medeho has one of the mildest climates in Djibouti, which is not always...

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List of countries by easternmost point

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 Djibouti Coast to the northeast of Obock, Obock Region 43°25′E 67  Eritrea Border with Djibouti, Southern Red Sea Region 43°7′E 68  Syria Border with Iraq...

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Obock Airport

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Obock Airport (IATA: OBC, ICAO: HDOB) is an airport serving Obock, a city in the Obock Region of Djibouti. The airport resides at an elevation of 69 feet...

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Regions of Djibouti

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Sabieh is extracted from the last. In 1963, Obock's circle was created by division of that of Tadjourah region. In 1967, the circle of Djibouti is transformed...

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Postage stamps and postal history of Obock

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During its time as a French colony, Obock issued its own postage stamps. At first the inhabitants used the general stamps of the French Colonies, but...

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Sedorre

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Sedorre (Arabic: سيدور) is a town in the northern Obock region of Djibouti. Satellite map at Maplandia.com Coordinates: 12°22′N 43°11′E / 12.367°N 43...

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Djiboutian Civil War

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sold his territory of Obock for 10,000 thalaris, around F55,000. This was the start of the French colonisation era in the region, the treaty was used by...

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Bissidiro

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Egahlou

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Egahlou (also Ouaddi, Arabic: إغالو) is a town located in central Obock Region of Djibouti. Although there is sparse vegetation in the vicinity, there...

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Henry de Monfreid

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children often took refuge in the Mabla Mountains in the hinterland of Obock Region, which offered a little coolness. In the early twenties, he built a small...

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Ribta

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Ribta (Arabic: ريتبا) is a town in the northern Obock region of Djibouti. The area was marred by conflict in the 1990s. A "Bonfire for Peace" was held...

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Mabla Mountains

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Monti Mabla, Monts Mabla) are a mountain range in the northern Obock and Tadjoura Region of Djibouti. The endemic Djibouti spurfowl makes its home here...

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Berenice Epideires

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Djibouti spurfowl

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comprise the predominant religious group of the region, or because it is part of the natural heritage of the region. While the species is rarely eaten today...

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