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Kie elevation

Kie (East Nusa Tenggara), Indonesia elevation is 790 meters and Kie elevation in feet is 2592 ft above sea level [src 1]. Kie is a seat of a third-order administrative division (feature code) with elevation that is 599 meters (1965 ft) bigger than average city elevation in Indonesia.

Below is the Elevation map of Kie, which displays elevation range with different colors. Scale of the first map is from 401 to 1023 m (1316 to 3356 ft) with average elevation of 702 meters (=2303 ft) [note 1]
These maps also provides idea of topography and contour of this city, they are displayed at different zoom levels. More info about maps, scale and edge coordinates you can find below images.

#1 Kie elevation map:[src 2-3]
Kie elevation map
Kie Topographic map:[src 2-3]
Topographic map of Kie
Map data:
\ Map #1 Topo.Map
Scale [m] 401..1023 m ×
Scale [ft] 1316..3356 ft ×
Average 702 m = 2303 ft ×
Width 9.63 km = 6 mi 308.1 km = 191.4 mi
Height 9.63 km = 6 mi 308.1 km = 191.4 mi
↑Max Latitude -9.801499° -8.45648°
Latitude at center -9.8448° -9.8448°
↓Min Latitude -9.888095° -11.2273°
← Min Longitude 124.504155° 123.14185°
Longitude center 124.5481° 124.5481°
→Max Longitude 124.592045° 125.95435°

Nearby cities:

Cities around Kie sort by population:

Soe elevation 852 m 29 km, 266°
Biudukfoho 551 m 33.8 km, 38°
Kapan 1080 m 32.4 km, 292°
Noemuti 334 m 31.3 km, 349°
Oekamusa 789 m 26.7 km, 262°
Neonmat 812 m 24 km, 261°
Ayotupas 498 m 24 km, 46°
Kuanfatu 431 m 22.7 km, 208°
Polen 351 m 19 km, 337°
Oeekam 478 m 15.8 km, 16°
Nikiniki 748 m 8.6 km, 293°
Oinlasi 905 m 2.9 km, 101°

Multilingual:

En español:
Kie elevación 790 m.

En France:
Kie élévation 790 m.

Auf Deutsch:
Kie höhe über dem Meeresspiegel ist 790 m.

На русском:
Kie высота над уровнем моря 790 м

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