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Erigavo ( Français: Erigavo, Russian: Erigavo, Spanish: Erigabo, Deutsch: Erigabo) is a city in Somalia, situated in the Somalia region. According to the latest census, the city population is 33853 residents. Geographical coordinates of Erigavo (WGS84): (lat.): 10° 37' 5" N ( 10.6181 ), (long.): 47° 22' 12" E ( 47.37 ). Interested in useful and fascinating information about Erigavo? Learn more about the city’s history and culture from Wikipedia article about Erigavo.

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    Erigavo (Somali: Ceerigaabo), also spelled as Erigabo, is the capital and largest city of the Northeastern Sanaag region of Somaliland.


    The Erigavo settlement is several centuries old. The surrounding area and the city was reported to be built by the Madigan Dir. It lies approximately 180 km from Badhan, the third biggest city in the region to the east. The general area is noted for its numerous historical tombs, where various Somali clan patriarchs are buried. As of 2013, Erigavo is the administrative capital of the northern Sanaag region. It is also the center of the Erigavo District. Erigavo was a city on an Isaaq trade route during the Middle Ages.

    It's also where Musse Ismaeel sub-clan of Habar Yoonis is buried.

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