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Muscat (Oman)

LC control no.n 81110529
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingMuscat (Oman)
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Geographic subdivision usageOman--Muscat
Variant(s)Muscat, Oman
Masqaṭ (Oman)
Maskat (Oman)
Masquat (Oman)
Mascate (Oman)
Baladīyat Masqaṭ
مسقط (Oman)
Muskat (Oman)
Горад Маскат (Oman)
Horad Maskat (Oman)
Маскат (Oman)
Μουσκάτ (Oman)
Mouskat (Oman)
Maskato (Oman)
מאסקט (Oman)
Mascat (Oman)
Maskata (Oman)
Maskatas (Oman)
Maszkat (Oman)
Мускат (Oman)
マスカット (Oman)
Masukatto (Oman)
Maskate (Oman)
马斯喀特 (Oman)
Masikate (Oman)
Associated countryOman
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inBGN, 4/22/81 (Masqaṭ [Arabic], Muscat [conv.], ppl, 23°37ʹN 58°35ʹE; variants Maskat, Masquat)
Masqaṭ, 1991: t.p. (Baladiȳat Masqaṭ)
Consul de France à Mascate en 1905, 1991.
The world factbook, via WWW, August 15, 2015 (under Oman: capital: Muscat; geographic coordinates: 23 37 N, 58 35 E)
Wikipedia, August 15, 2015 (Muscat, Oman; Muscat (Arabic: مسقط = Masqaṭ) is the capital of Oman. It is also the seat of government and largest city in the Governorate of Muscat; 23°36ʹN 58°35ʹE) Achinese page (Muskat) Afrikaans page (Maskat) Arpitan page (Mascate) Belarusian page (Горад Маскат = Horad Maskat; Маскат = Maskat) Greek page (Μουσκάτ = Mouskat) Spanish page (Mascate) Esperanto page (Maskato) Croatian page (Muskat) Hebrew page (מאסקט = Masḳat) Haitian page (Mascat) Latvian page (Maskata) Lithuanian page (Maskatas) Hungarian page (Maszkat) Macedonian page (Мускат = Muskat) Japanese page (マスカット = Masukatto) Tagalog page (Maskate) Chinese page (马斯喀特 = Masikate)
Geographic area codea-mk---
Associated languageara