Latitude and Longitude of Assam



Latitude and Longitude

Latitude

: 26.2006043

Longitude

: 92.9375739

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Last Updated on 22 December 2011

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Barpeta 26° 19'N 91° 00'E
Bilasipara 26° 14'N 90° 14'E
Bongaigaon 26° 28'N 90° 34'E
Dhekiajuli 26° 42'N 92° 30'E
Dhubri 26° 02'N 89° 58'E
Dibrugarh 27° 29'N 94° 54'E
Digboi 27° 23'N 95° 38'E
Diphu 25° 50'N 93° 26'E
Gauripur 26° 05'N 89° 58'E
Goalpara 26° 10'N 90° 37'E
Golaghat 26° 31'N 93° 58'E
Guwahati 26° 11'N 91° 44'E
Haflong 25° 11'N 93° 02'E
Hailakandi 24° 41'N 92° 34'E
Hojai 26° 00'N 92° 52'E
Jorhat 26° 45'N 94° 13'E
Karimganj 24° 52'N 92° 21'E
Kokrajhar 26° 24'N 90° 16'E
Lanka 25° 55'N 92° 57'E
Margherita 27° 17'N 95° 41'E
Mariani 26° 40'N 94° 20'E
Nagaon 26° 21'N 92° 41'E
Nalbari 26° 25'N 91° 26'E
North Lakhimpur 27° 14'N 94° 07'E
Rangia 26° 28'N 91° 38'E
Sibsagar 26° 59'N 94° 38'E
Silchar 24° 49'N 92° 48'E
Tezpur 26° 38'N 92° 48'E
Tinsukia 27° 30'N 95° 22'E




     


     

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