Hippo (Regius) (Hippone) is the ancient name of the modern city of Annaba, in Algeria. Very rich and fully Romanized, it was destroyed by Arabs, who rebuilt nearby.
Latitude and longitude of Annaba
Annaba /ˈænəbə/, US /əˈnɑːbə/ (Arabic: عنابة, ‘Annābah, formerly Bône or Bona, historically Hippo or Hippo Regius) is a city in the northeastern corner of Algeria near the Seybouse River. It is located in Annaba Province. With a population of 257,359 (2008), it is the fourth largest city in Algeria. It is a leading industrial centre in eastern Algeria. Most of the people call this city بلد ألعنب Balad al-Unnâb, i.e.
Latitude: 36° 53' 60.00" N
Longitude: 7° 46' 0.01" E
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Rabah Bitat Airport (IATA: AAE, ICAO: DABB), formerly known as Les Salines Airport, and popularly as El Mellah Airport is an international airport located 9 km south of Annaba, a city in Algeria.
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