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Dunedin (N.Z.)

LC control no.n 80069025
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingDunedin (N.Z.)
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Geographic subdivision usageNew Zealand--Dunedin
Variant(s)City of Dunedin (N.Z.)
Dunedin City (N.Z.)
New Edinburgh (N.Z.)
Ōtepoti (N.Z.)
See alsoManiototo County (N.Z.)
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Silverpeaks County (N.Z.)
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Waihemo County (N.Z.)
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Other standard no.Q133073
Associated countryNew Zealand
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Found inKerr, G. R. Observation calling ... 194-
Botanic Garden, City of Dunedin, 1969?
Local government reorganisation, 1989: p. 158 (Dunedin City) p. 162 (local districts to be abolished [include] Wiahemo County, Silverpeaks County, Maniototo County)
Wikipedia, October 14, 2010 (Dunedin (Māori: Ōtepoti); second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand; principal city of the Otago Region)
Wikipedia, October 12, 2021 (The Dunedin City territorial authority has a land area of 3,314.8 km² (1,279.9 sq mi), slightly larger than the American state of Rhode Island or the English county of Cambridgeshire, and a little smaller than Cornwall. It was the largest city in land area in New Zealand until the formation of the 5,600 km² (2,200 sq mi) Auckland Council on 1 November 2010. The Dunedin City Council boundaries since 1989 have extended to Middlemarch in the west, Waikouaiti in the north, the Pacific Ocean in the east and south-east, and the Waipori/Taieri River and the township of Henley in the south-west; 45°52ʹ27ʺS 170°30ʹ13ʺE)
Geographic area codeu-nz---