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Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Country is Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA):

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Latitude Facts: 44.0772142857143 and Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Longitude Facts: 17.8945714285714

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina Region is: Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina Cities are:  Banja Banovici Barice Bihac Bijakovici Bijela Bistrik Blazuj Bosanska Krupa Bosanski Petrovac Bosna Breza Brijeg Brod Bugojno Busovaca Butmir Capljina Careva Cuprija Carsija Cazin Cengic Cerin Citluk Core Crnici Dobrinja Dobrinje Donja Dubica Donja Mahala Donja Medjidja Donja Orahovica Donje Vukovije Donji Vakuf Drinovci Drvar Fojnica Gabela Gnojnica Gorazde Gornja Tuzla Gornje Zivinice Gornji Vakuf Gostovici Gracanica Grad Gradacac Gromiljak Grude Hadzici Hotonj Ilidza Ilijas Jablanica Jajce Jelah Kacuni Kakanj Kalesija Kiseljak Kladanj Kljuc Klobuk Kobilici Kocerin Kolonija Konjic Kosevo Kostrc Kresevo Krusik Listica Livnica Livno Ljubuski Luka Lukavac Lukavica Maglaj Malesici Medjugorje Mionica Mostar Mostre Music Nedjarici Neum Njivetine Novi Seher Novi Travnik Odzak Olovo Orasje Orguz Ostrozac Otoka Pazaric Pjanici Police Polje Posusje Potoci Puracic Rajlovac Ramici Sanski Most Sarajevo Semizovac Serici Simin Han Siroki Brijeg Sladna Slatina Srebrenik Stolac Tesanj Tesanjka Tolisa Tomislavgrad Topic Travnik Turbe Tuzla Udurlije Ustikolina Vares Velika Kladusa Visoko Vitez Vitina Vogosca Voljevac Vozuca Vraca Zavidovici Zboriste Zeljezno Polje Zenica Zepce Zivinice

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  2. Oman Category: People - Life expectancy at birth (years): total population: 73.91 years; male: 71.64 years; female: 76.29 years (2008 estimate)

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Source: CIA - The World Factbook https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2028.html