Central address: Unnamed Road, Tarhunah, Libya
Time Zone: Africa/Tripoli
Latitude: 32° 25' 40.5084'' N
Longitude: 13° 38' 31.416'' E
Tarhuna (/tɑːrˈhuːnə/; Arabic: ترهونة), also Tarhoona or Tarhunah, is a Libyan town 65 kilometres (40 mi) to the southeast of Tripoli, in the Murqub District. The city derives its name from that of its pre-Roman-era inhabitants, a Berber tribe. The city was known as al-Boirat during the 19th through mid 20th century, but assumed it current name after Libyan independence. The Tarhuna district, including the city of Msallata, had an urban population of about 296,000 (est. 2003) Geographical boundaries: from the "Valley of the famm Molgha" west - to "Burkaat Oueny" eastward. Then from the "Suq al Juma (Al-msab`ha)" north, " Al-mzawgha and Marghna" south, while population in Tarhuna proper was calculated to be 13,264 in 2011.
The latitude of Tarhuna is 32.427919, and the longitude is 13.642060. Tarhuna is a city is located at Libya with the gps coordinates of 32° 25' 40.5084'' N and 13° 38' 31.416'' E. The elevation of Tarhuna is 409.781, the time zone is Africa/Tripoli.
|Elevation||409.781||DMS Lat||32° 25' 40.5084'' N|
|DMS Lng||13° 38' 31.416'' E||GeoHASH||smc8qrmf741pw|
|UTM Zone||33S||UTM Easting||372329.477403249|
|UTM Northing||3588680.38540786||Time Zone||Africa/Tripoli|