Central address: Unnamed Road, Salamiyah, Syria
Time Zone: Asia/Damascus
Latitude: 35° 0' 41.0328'' N
Longitude: 37° 3' 22.0824'' E
Salamiyah (Arabic: سلمية Salamīya) is a city and district in western Syria, in the Hama Governorate. It is located 33 kilometres (21 miles) southeast of Hama, 45 kilometres (28 miles) northeast of Homs. The city is nicknamed the "mother of Cairo" because it was the birthplace of the second Fatimid Caliph Muhammad al-Qaim Bi-Amrillah, whose dynasty would eventually establish the city of Cairo, and the early headquarters of his father Abdullah al-Mahdi Billah who founded the Fatimid Caliphate. The city is an important center of the Shi'ite Nizari Ismaili and Taiyabi Ismaili Muslim sects and also the birthplace of poet Muhammad al-Maghut. The population of the city is 66,724 (2004 census).
The latitude of Salamiyah is 35.011398, and the longitude is 37.056134. Salamiyah is a city is located at Syria with the gps coordinates of 35° 0' 41.0328'' N and 37° 3' 22.0824'' E. The elevation of Salamiyah is 462.859, the time zone is Asia/Damascus.
|Elevation||462.859||DMS Lat||35° 0' 41.0328'' N|
|DMS Lng||37° 3' 22.0824'' E||GeoHASH||sy4r5jxknt8hn|
|UTM Zone||37S||UTM Easting||322631.527242064|
|UTM Northing||3876033.9317547||Time Zone||Asia/Damascus|