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Fukuyama-shi (Japan)

LC control no.n 80072489
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Geographic headingFukuyama-shi (Japan)
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Geographic subdivision usageJapan--Fukuyama-shi
Variant(s)Fukuyama, Japan (Hiroshima Prefecture)
福山市 (Japan)
See alsoShingai-mura (Hiroshima-ken, Japan)
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Minomi-machi (Japan)
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Matsunaga-shi (Japan)
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Shin'ichi-chō (Japan)
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Kannabe-chō (Japan)
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Tomo-machi (Japan)
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Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inFukuyama-shi Shi Hensankai. Fukuyama-shi shi, 1963.
Nihon rekishi chimei taikei, v. 35 (Tomo-machi; merged to Fukuyama-shi in 1956)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (adm2; 34°29ʹ00ʺN 133°22ʹ00ʺE)
Fuchū-shi, Shin'ichi, Kannabe-chō, Fukuyama-shi hokubu, 1992 (福山市 = Fukuyama-shi)
Wikipedia, Sept.9, 2016 (On Feb. 3rd, 2003, Shin'ichi-chō was along with Utsumi-chō merged into the expanded city of Fukuyama-shi.)
Wikipedia, Sept.9, 2016 (Kannabe-chō was a town located in Hiroshima Prefecture. On March, 1st, 2006, Kannabe-chō merged into the expanded city of Fukuyama-shi.)
Geographic area codea-ja---