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Misraqawi Zone
also called "Eastern"

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  1. Misraqawi is a Zone in the Ethiopian Region of Tigray

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 21, 2009
  2. Misraqawi is bordered on the east by the Afar Region, on the south by Debubawi (Southern), on the west by Mehakelegnaw (Central) and on the north by Eritrea

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  3. Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, this zone has an estimated total population of 807,824, of whom 388,626 were males and 419,198 were females; 158,472 or 19.6% of its population are urban dwellers

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  4. Its highest point is Mount Asimba (3,250 m)

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  5. Towns and cities in Misraqawi include Adigrat, Atsbi, Hawzen, and Wiqro

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