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Khatumo State

Khatumo or Khatumo state is a Beesha Darawiish unrecognized state in Horn Africa. It is inside Somalia. It borders Somaliland to the west, Federal Republic of Ethiopia to the south and Puntland to the east. In 1991, when Somalias government colla ...

Khorasan Province

Khorasan was the largest province of Iran until it was divided into three provinces on September 29, 2004: North Khorasan, center: Bojnord South Khorasan, center: Birjand Razavi Khorasan, center: Mashhad Khorasan is famous worldwide for its saffr ...

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is a province in northwest Pakistan. The capital is Peshawar and it has a population of 14 million people and an area of 28.773 mi² or. The province was created in 1901 during British rule when it was separated from a Punjab pr ...

Khyber Pass

The Khyber Pass is a pass between Pakistan with Afghanistan; National border Pass. It is the National Pass of Pakistan, and connects the frontiers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, to Afghanistan. Throughout history it has been an important trade ...

Mount Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro, formerly Kaiser-Wilhelm-Spitze, is a mountain in northeastern Tanzania. Kilimanjaro is the tallest free-standing mountain rise in the world, rising 4600 meters from the base, and is the highest peak in Africa at 5.895 meters. It give ...

Kim Il-sung Square

Kim Il-sung Square is the national square of North Korea. It is in the capital Pyongyang next to the Taedong River. The square is used for military parades and performances for national holidays. Around the square are national institutions that i ...

Kinder Scout

Kinder Scout is a plateau about 600 metres above sea level. It is in Derbyshire, England, roughly between the villages of Hayfield to the west, Edale to the southeast, and the town of Glossop to the northwest. The gritstone rock under the plateau ...

King River (Victoria)

King River is a river in the north east of Victoria, Australia. It flows into the Ovens River and which then joins the Murray River at Echuca. The King River is used for kayaking with many level two and three rapids. In 2008 it was the site for t ...

Kingdom of Ireland

The Kingdom of Ireland was a country in Western Europe. It was created by King Henry VIII of England by an act of the Irish Parliament in 1541. It had been a colony previously. It was subservient to England partially because of a law passed by th ...

Kings Canyon (Australia)

Kings Canyon is a canyon in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is part of Watarrka National Park, about 323 km southwest of Alice Springs. The walls of Kings Canyon are over 100 metres high, with Kings Creek at the bottom. The rock is sandst ...

Kingston, Jamaica

The City of Kingston is the capital and largest city of Jamaica. It is on the southeastern coast of the island country. It faces a natural harbour protected by the Palisadoes, a long sand spit which connects Port Royal and the norman Manley Inter ...

Kingston, Ontario

Kingston, Ontario is a Canadian city at the eastern end of Lake Ontario. Here the lake runs into the St. Lawrence River and the Thousand Islands begin. Kingston is the county seat of Frontenac County. According to the 2006 Canadian Census, there ...

Mount Kintore

Mount Kintore is an inselberg in northwest South Australia. It is about 1.066 metres above sea level. It is located about halfway between the remote communities of Amaṯa and Watarru. The mountain is made up mostly of metamorphic beds of gneisses ...

Kintore, Northern Territory

Kintore is a remote town in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is about 530 km west of Alice Springs and close to the border with Western Australia. Almost all the people who live there are Aboriginal, and most are Pintupi. Kintore was found ...

Kirundo Province

Kirundo Province is one of the 18 provinces in Burundi. The capital city is also named Kirundo. Kirundo has three big lakes: Cohoha, Rweru, and Rwihinda.

Kishon River

Kishon River is a river in northern Israel. It is the second biggest river of the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in Israel. The river starts in the Samaria Mountains. It goes through the Jezreel Valley. It goes north beside Mount Carmel. It flow ...

Kitee

Kitee is a city in North Karelia, Finland. As of January 2014 over 11.200 people lived there. Nearby municipalities include Parikkala, Raakkyla, Savonlinna and Tohmajarvi.

Kitwe

Kitwe is the second largest city in size and population in the country Zambia. Kitwe has a population of 504.194. Kitwe was found in 1936 as the railway line was being built by Cecil Rhodes company. The city is home to a number of mining operatio ...

Kiwirrkurra Community, Western Australia

Kiwirrkura is a small community in Western Australia, near to Lake Mackay. It is 850 km west of Alice Springs. It has been said to be the most remote community in Australia. It was established by Pintupi people as an outstation in the early 1980s ...

Knossos

Knossos is a Bronze Age archaeological site on the island of Crete. It is at modern Heraklion. It may be Europes oldest city. Many Roman coins found on the site had Knosion or Knos on one side, and an image of a Minotaur or Labyrinth on the rever ...

Koblenz

Koblenz is a city in northern Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany with about 107.000 inhabitants. It is the third biggest city in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate and one of its main centres. Koblenz is the base of the Campus Koblenz of the University ...

Kochi, India

Kochi is a city in the state of Kerala, in India. It used to be called Cochin. It is also called the "Queen of the Arabian Sea". The city has the most people after the capital city of Kerala, Trivandrum. Kochi is the financial and commercial hub ...

Kohistan District, Pakistan

Kohistan District is a district in the Hazara Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The town of Dassu is the district headquarters. The area is also called Abasin Kohistan or Indus Kohistan, after the Indus River that runs through ...

Kōkō Seamount

Kōkō Seamount is an underwater volcano of the Hawaiian–Emperor seamount chain in the Pacific Ocean. Kōkō is an extinct volcano. The seamount is also known as the "Kōkō Guyot" because it has a flat top. This undersea geologic feature is also calle ...

Konigslutter

Konigslutter am Elm is a city in the district of Helmstedt, Lower Saxony, Germany, near the Elm hills. In 2003, about 17.000 people lived in Konigslutter. Konigslutter is twinned with Taunton in Somerset, in the southwest of England. Konigslutter ...

Koofur Orsi

The South West State of Somalia, known locally as Koofur Orsi, is a state of Somalia. Officially it is called the Koofur Orsi or Konfuur Galbeed State of Somalia. Its capital is barawa. To the south of Koofur Orsi is Jubaland.

Koryakskaya

Koryakskaya Sopka or Korkatsky is a volcano on the Kamtchatka penisula in the Russian Far East. This volcano is 11.300 feet high. The peak of the volcano has a modern crater, 590-650 feet in diameter. The volcano is located only 22 miles from the ...

Kos

Kos is a Greek island, belonging to the Dodecanese island group in the Aegean Sea. About 30.000 people live on Kos, 16.000 of them in the island capital Kos City in the west of the island. There is an international airport near Antimachia in the ...

Mount Kosciuszko

Mount Kosciuszko is the highest mountain in Australia. The mountain is 2.228 m above sea level. The mountain is in the south east corner of New South Wales, where it is part of the Great Dividing Range. The Indigenous Australians called the whole ...

Kosice

Kosice is the second biggest city in Slovakia, and the biggest city in eastern Slovakia. About 235.000 people live in the city. Kosice was founded in 1230.

Kosovska Mitrovica

Mitrovica can also refer to Sremska Mitrovica a city in the north of Serbia Kosovska Mitrovica is a town in North Kosovo, Serbia. Over 71.601 people live in Kosovska Mitrovica, mostly in the south. The town used to be called Titova Mitrovica. Ori ...

Koszalin

Koszalin ; German: Koslin, Kashubian: Koszaleno) is a city in northwestern Poland, in Western Pomerania. It is located 12 kilometres south of the Baltic Sea coast, and the river Dzierzecinka passes through it. The government of Koszalin County of ...

Kot Addu Tehsil

Kot Adu is a city of Muzaffargarh District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city, which is subdivided into 3 Union Councils, is the capital of Kot Adu tehsil. It is located in the southern part of the province, and is a very historic city. ...

Kow Swamp

Kow Swamp is in the Murray River valley, about 4.5 kilometres 2.8 mi west of the town of Gunbower and the Murray River, in the Shire of Campaspe. Its name comes from the Aboriginal word Ghow means the white gypsum soil found at the swamp. It is a ...

Krafla

Krafla is a volcano in the north of Iceland. It is a caldera. It is about 10 kilometers in diameter. The fissure zone is 90 kilometers long. Kraflas highest peak is 818 meters 2.684 ft high. Krafla includes the crater Viti, one of two well-known ...

Kragujevac

Kragujevac is a city in central Serbia. It is the fourth largest city in Serbia, main city of Sumadija and the administrative centre of Sumadija district. According to official results of 2011 census, the city is settled by 150.835 citizens, whil ...

Krakow

Krakow ; variant English spelling Cracow ; in full Royal Capital City of Krakow, Polish: Krolewskie Stoleczne Miasto Krakow) is one of the oldest and largest cities in Poland. In 2014 in Krakow lived 759.800 people. It is on the Vistula river. Kr ...

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia and a Federal Territory. After Putrajaya was constructed in the late 1990s, the administrative capital has been moved there. Kuala Lumpur has one of the tallest buildings in the world, the Petronas Twi ...

Kuldīga

Kuldīga is a town in Latvia with town rights since 1378. It is the center of the Kuldīga District. As of 2020, Kuldīga had a population of 10 352 people. River Venta travels through the city. Kuldīga was founded by the German Livonian Order at 12 ...

Kunar River

The Kunar River is about 480 km long. It is in eastern Afghanistan and northwestern Pakistan. The Kunar river system is fed from melting glaciers and snow of the Hindu Kush mountains. The Lutkho River joins the Mastuj River just north of the impo ...

Kunytjanu, South Australia

Kunytjanu is an Aboriginal outstation and waterhole in northwestern South Australia. It is serviced from the community of Pipalyatjara to the north. It is located on the road between Pipalyatjara and Watarru. The outstation was established in 197 ...

Kuopio

Kuopio is a city in Northern Savonia, Finland. It is the biggest city and cultural center of Eastern Finland. In November 2015 the population was about 112.000. It is the 8th biggest city in Finland. The city is surrounded by lake Kallavesi. Many ...

Kurikka

Kurikka is a city in Southern Ostrobothnia, in Finland. There were about 14.300 people living there on 31 January 2014. It is next to the municipalities of Ilmajoki, Jalasjarvi, Kauhajoki, Laihia, Malax, Narpes and Teuva. About 98 % of the people ...

Kuthwal

Kuthwal is one of the 51 Union Councils of Abbottabad District in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is northwest of Abbottabad city.

Kyiv

Kyiv or Kiev is the capital and largest city of Ukraine. Almost three million people live there. The city hosted the UEFA Euro 2012 final. Kyiv also hosted the Eurovision Song Contest in 2017. Kyiv has a humid continental climate Dfb in the Koppe ...

La Guera

La Guera is a ghost town on the Atlantic coast at the southern tip of Western Sahara. It is on the western side of the Ras Nouadhibou peninsula. The ghost town is 15 kilometres west of Nouadhibou. It is also the name of a daira at the Sahrawi ref ...

La Union Department

La Union is a department of El Salvador. The capital city is also named La Union. The department was created on June 22, 1865. Some of the tourist sites are the Conchagua Temple, built in 1693, and ruins in Intipuca and Meanguera.

Laccadive Sea

The Laccadive Sea or Lakshadweep Sea is a body of water bordering India, the Maldives, and Sri Lanka. It is located to the southwest of Karnataka, to the west of Kerala and to the south of Tamil Nadu. This warm sea has a stable water temperature ...

Lagos

Lagos is the second largest city in Africa and the most populous city in Nigeria and in West Africa. There are about 12.5 million to 18 million people living in Lagos, which makes it one of the biggest cities in Africa. Lagos is surrounded by the ...

Lagos State

Lagos State, sometimes referred to as Lagos, is a state located in the southwestern part of Nigeria. It is economically one of most busiest states in Nigeria. The capital of Lagos State is Ikeja.

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