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Towns and Cities on the Jubba River in Gedo

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Towns and Cities on the Jubba River in Gedo

Postby Berke » Tue Aug 17, 2010 4:54 pm

Besides Bardhere, Buurdhuubo, Luuq And Dolow, what are the smaller cities and towns in Gedo that are on the Jubba river?

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Re: Towns and Cities on the Jubba River in Gedo

Postby Berke » Sun Oct 10, 2010 6:43 pm

Where would Ceelcadde be on this map? It is somewhere between Baardheere and Garbaharay but I could not find it. I was able to locate Serinley....it is about 5 KM north of Baardheere. Both Serinley and Faanweyn are on the river. I will update this topic as I come to learn about more towns and cities.

edit. removed the map. will post an updated version that has more towns on it.

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Re: Towns and Cities on the Jubba River in Gedo

Postby Advo » Tue Oct 12, 2010 6:21 am

sarinley, saakow

major crop: corn.

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Re: Towns and Cities on the Jubba River in Gedo

Postby ahmed yey » Tue Oct 12, 2010 7:41 am

you have forgotten Gedhweyne aka shaatolow

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Re: Towns and Cities on the Jubba River in Gedo

Postby Berke » Tue Oct 12, 2010 4:21 pm

ahmed yey wrote:you have forgotten Gedhweyne aka shaatolow


Waa runtaa laakin Geedweyn and Shaatiloow are different towns. Geedweeyn is a bigger than.......Shaatilo is a small village but it has a nice location. It is an ideal town for farming and it is very green.

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Re: Towns and Cities on the Jubba River in Gedo

Postby Berke » Wed Oct 13, 2010 10:21 pm

This place right here would be ideal for a city or a town but surprisingly there are no settlements here. :? It is similar to Luuq and Doolow in that it is almost an inland island.
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