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Assab (Southern Red Sea) is a seat of a first-order administrative division; located in Eritrea in Africa/Asmara (GMT+3) time zone. With population of 21,300 people, there are 3 cities with bigger population in this country. Compared to other cities in Eritrea, 100% of cities are located further ↑North; 100% of cities are located further ←West and 83.3% of cities have higher elevation than Assab. Note1

Administrative division(s):

Current local time in Assab:

11:24 AM, Sunday
Difference from your time zone: hours
[3]

Assab on map:[1]

Assab on map

Assab GPS coordinates[2]

13° 0' 33.012" North, 42° 44' 21.984" East

Map corner latitude longitude
Upper-left 13.69329°, 42.03632°
Center: 13.00917°, 42.73944°
Lower-right: 12.32316°, 43.44257°
Map W x H: 152.3×152.3 km = 94.6×94.6mi
max Lat: 15.77792°
  ⇑100% North
Assab: 13.00917°
min Lat:   ⇓0% South
13.00917°
Note1
min Long Assab max Long
36.6575° 42.73944° 42.73944°
W 100%⇐   ⇒0% E

Elevation

Elevation of Assab is 22 m = 72 ft, and this is 1266.5 m = 4155 ft below average elevation for this country.

Max E:
 
2528 m = 8294 ft 83.3%
Avg. 1288.5 m = 4227 ft  
Assab 22 m = 72 ft  

Min E:
7 m = 23 ft 16.7%

See also: Eritrea elevation on elevation.city.


Geographical zone

Assab is located in North Torrid zone (between Equator and Tropic of Cancer). Distance of this Northern Tropic circle is 1159.4 km =720.4 mi to North.
Distance of km miles from Assab
North Pole 8560.6 5319.3 to North
Arctic Circle 5954.7 3700.1 to North
Tropic Cancer 1159.4 720.4 to North
Equator 1446.5 898.8 to South
8560.6 km
1446.5 km

Nearby cities:

2 places around Assab: (largest is in red/bold)

Adi Keyh 416.3 km =258.7 mi, 299°
Edd 152.6 km =94.8 mi, 312°

In other languages:


Sources, notices
• [Note1] Compared only with cities in Eritrea existing in our database
• [Src1] Map data: © OpenStreetMap contributors (CC-BY-SA)
• [Src2] Other city data from geonames.org with taken over terms of usage.
• [Src3] Geographical zone / Annual Mean Temperature by Robert A. Rohde @ Wikipedia