Sara ti Aprika

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Sara ti Aprika
Mapa ti Sara ti Aprika
Kalawa 1,882,857 km2
Populasion 100,128,000
Pagpagilian Djibouti, Eritrea, Etiopia, Somalia
Dagiti sona ti oras UTC+3
Dagup a GDP (PPP) (2010) $106.224 bilion [1][2][3][4]
GDP (PPP) tunggal maysa a tao (2010) $1061
Dagup a GDP (nominal) (2010) $35.819 bilion [1][2][3][4]
GDP (nominal) tunggal maysa a tao (2010) $358
Dagiti pagsasao Afar, Amariko, Arabiko, Oromo, Somali, Tigre, Tigrinya, kdpy.
Dagiti dakkel a siudad
Djibouti, Djibouti
Asmara, Eritrea
Addis Ababa, Etiopia
Mogadishu, Somalia

Ti Sara ti Aprika (Amariko: የአፍሪካ ቀንድ yäafrika qänd, Arabiko: القرن الأفريقيal-qarn al-'afrīqī, Somali: Geeska Afrika, Oromo: Gaaffaa Afriikaa, Tigrinya: ቀርኒ ኣፍሪቃ) (mabalin pay ti Peninsula Somali; naipangyababaan iti HOA) ket ti peninsula idiay Amianan a daya nga Aprika. Daytoy ket sumaraw-at kadagiti ginasut a kilometro idiay Baybay Arabiano ken mabirukan iti igid ti akin-abagatan a bangir ti Golpo ti Aden. Ti lugar ket ti akindaya unay a proyeksion ti kontinente ti Aprika. Daytoy ket makunkuna iti taga-ugma ken mediebal a panpanawen a kas Bilad al Barbar ("Daga dagiti Bereberes"),[5][6][7] ti Sara ti Aprika ket mangibagbaga ti rehion nga aglaon kadagiti pagilian ti Eritrea, Djibouti, Etiopia, ken Somalia.[8][9][10][11]

Daytoy ket sakupenna ti agarup a 2,000,000 km² (770,000 sq mi) ken tinagtagitao babaen dagiti agarup a 100 a riwriw a tattao (Etiopia: 85 riwriw, Somalia: 9.3 riwriw, Eritrea: 5.2 riwriw, ken Djibouti: 0.86 riwriw).

Dagiti nota[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

  1. ^ a b "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". Imf.org. 2006-09-14. Naala idi 2013-07-25. 
  2. ^ a b "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". Imf.org. 2006-09-14. Naala idi 2013-07-25. 
  3. ^ a b "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". Imf.org. 2006-09-14. Naala idi 2013-07-25. 
  4. ^ a b "The World Factbook". Cia.gov. Naala idi 2013-07-25. 
  5. ^ J. D. Fage, Roland Oliver, Roland Anthony Oliver, The Cambridge History of Africa, (Cambridge University Press: 1977), p.190
  6. ^ George Wynn Brereton Huntingford, Agatharchides, The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea: With Some Extracts from Agatharkhidēs "On the Erythraean Sea", (Hakluyt Society: 1980), p.83
  7. ^ John I. Saeed, Somali – Volume 10 of London Oriental and African language library, (J. Benjamins: 1999), p. 250.
  8. ^ Robert Stock, Africa South of the Sahara, Second Edition: A Geographical Interpretation, (The Guilford Press: 2004), p. 26
  9. ^ Michael Hodd, East Africa Handbook, 7th Edition, (Passport Books: 2002), p. 21: "To the north are the countries of the Horn of Africa comprising Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia."
  10. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica, inc, Jacob E. Safra, The New Encyclopædia Britannica, (Encyclopædia Britannica: 2002), p.61: "The northern mountainous area, known as the Horn of Africa, comprises Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia."
  11. ^ Sandra Fullerton Joireman, Institutional Change in the Horn of Africa, (Universal-Publishers: 1997), p.1: "The Horn of Africa encompasses the countries of Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia. These countries share similar peoples, languages, and geographical endowments."

Dagiti nagibasaran[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

  • Beshah, Girma; Aregay, Merid Wolde (1964). The Question of the Union of the Churches in Luso-Ethiopian Relations (1500–1632). Lisbon: Junta de Investigações do Ultramar and Centro de Estudos Históricos Ultramarinos. 
  • Negash, Tekeste (2005). Eritrea and Ethiopia: the Federal Experience. Uppsala, Sweden: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet. 
  • Shillington, Kevin (2005). Encyclopedia of African History. CRC Press. 

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