Nijar

Nijar is a town of 30,000 people in Andalucia. It is an extremely picturesque, typically Moorish, agricultural town on the South East coastline, close to the breathtaking , 45,663 ha of protected coastal area.

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Nijar

Latitude
36.9611° or 36° 57' 40.1" north
Longitude
-2.2004° or 2° 12' 1.3" west
Population
29,500
Elevation
301 metres (988 feet)
Geo­Names ID
6355578

Also Known As

  • Arabic: Níjar
  • Arabic: نايجار
  • Aragonese: Níjar
  • Armenian: Նիխար
  • Asturian: Níjar
  • Basque: Nijar
  • Basque: Níjar
  • Bulgarian: Нихар
  • Catalan: Níjar
  • Cebuano: Níjar
  • Chechen: Нихар
  • Chinese: Níjar
  • Chinese: 尼哈尔
  • Chinese: 尼哈爾
  • Dutch: Nijar
  • Dutch: Níjar
  • English: Níjar
  • Esperanto: Níjar
  • Finnish: Níjar
  • French: Nijar
  • French: Níjar
  • Galician: Níjar
  • Haitian: Níjar
  • Hungarian: Níjar
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Níjar
  • Italian: Níjar
  • Japanese: ニハル (スペイン)
  • Lithuanian: Nicharas
  • Macedonian: Нихар
  • Macedonian: Нијар
  • Malagasy: Níjar
  • Malay: Níjar
  • Min Nan Chinese: Níjar
  • Occitan (post 1500): Níjar
  • Persian: نیخار
  • Polish: Níjar
  • Portuguese: Níjar
  • Romanian: Nijar
  • Romanian: Níjar
  • Russian: Нихар
  • Serbian: Нихар
  • South Azerbaijani: نیخار
  • Spanish: Nijar
  • Spanish: Níjar
  • Swedish: Níjar
  • Tatar: Нихар
  • Turkish: Nijar
  • Turkish: Níjar
  • Ukrainian: Ніхар
  • Uzbek: Nijar
  • Uzbek: Nixar
  • Uzbek: Níjar
  • Uzbek: Нíжар
  • Uzbek: Нихар
  • Venetian: Níjar
  • Vietnamese: Níjar
  • Waray (Philippines): Níjar

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