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    Assab


    Assab
    ዓሰብ, ʿAsäb (Tigrinya)
    عصب (Arabic)
    City
    Assab is located in Eritrea
    Assab
    Location in Eritrea
    Coordinates: 13°00′28″N 42°44′28″E / 13.00778°N 42.74111°E / 13.00778; 42.74111
    Country Flag of Eritrea.svg Eritrea
    Region Southern Red Sea
    District Southern Denkalya
    Elevation 16 m (52 ft)
    Population (2012)
     • Total 101,284

    Assab or Aseb (Tigrinya: ዓሰብ?, ʿAsäb; Arabic: عصب‎) is a port city in the Southern Red Sea Region of Eritrea. It is situated on the west coast of the Red Sea.


    Assab Overview


    Assab is known for its large market, beaches and nightlife. It is served by the Assab International Airport.

    The city is very hot during summer months, temperatures can touch a scorching high of 54°C (129°F) in July and August.

    In 1989, Assab had a population of 39,600 inhabitants. It possesses an oil refinery, which was shut down in 1997 for economic reasons. Nearby is the site of the ancient city of Arsinoe.


    Assab Climate


    Climate data for Assab
    Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
    Average high °C (°F) 32
    (89)
    32
    (90)
    34
    (94)
    37
    (99)
    37
    (99)
    37
    (98)
    40
    (104)
    39
    (103)
    38
    (100)
    37
    (99)
    35
    (95)
    33
    (91)
    35.9
    (96.8)
    Average low °C (°F) 20
    (68)
    19
    (67)
    21
    (69)
    24
    (75)
    26
    (78)
    28
    (82)
    31
    (87)
    30
    (86)
    28
    (82)
    26
    (78)
    22
    (72)
    21
    (69)
    24.7
    (76.1)
    Precipitation mm (inches) 5
    (0.2)
    3
    (0.1)
    3
    (0.1)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    15
    (0.6)
    8
    (0.3)
    5
    (0.2)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    20
    (0.8)
    59
    (2.3)
    Source: Weatherbase [1]

    Assab History


    In 1869 it was bought by the Rubattino Shipping Company from the local Sultan, and was acquired by Italy (1882) who found the port inadequate for exploitation of its hinterlands, and came to use Assab as a coaling station.[2]


    Assab Economy


    The port facilities were greatly expanded in the early 1990s, with the construction of the new terminal, but the port has declined since trade with Ethiopia was terminated in 1998 as a consequence of the Eritrean-Ethiopian War.


    Assab References


    1. ^ "Weatherbase: Historical Weather for Assab, Eritrea". Weatherbase. 2011.  Retrieved on November 24, 2011.
    2. ^ Edward Ullendorff, The Ethiopians: An Introduction to Country and People, second edition (London: Oxford University Press, 1965), p. 90. ISBN 0-19-285061-X.

    Assab External links


    Coordinates: 13°01′N 42°44′E / 13.017°N 42.733°E / 13.017; 42.733



    Ethiopia Assab Port PT Assab Steel Indonesia Assab 8407 Steel Assab Steel Assab Port Eritrea Assab City Assab San Francisco S136 Steel Properties

    | Ethiopia Assab Port | PT Assab Steel Indonesia | Assab 8407 Steel | Assab Steel | Assab Port Eritrea | Assab City | Assab San Francisco | S136 Steel Properties | Assab | East_African_Campaign_(World_War_II) | Assab_International_Airport | Assab_Subregion | Eritrea | Eritrean_Free_Zones_Authority | Italian_Eritrea | Italian_submarine_Archimede | Ethiopian_Navy | List_of_shipwrecks_in_April_1941 | Denkalia | List_of_cities_in_Eritrea | Amar_Godomat | Red_Sea_Air | List_of_hotels:_Countries_E | List_of_colonial_governors_of_Eritrea | History_of_Ethiopia | Banking_in_Eritrea | Alimirah_Hanfare | Regia_Marina | List_of_buildings_and_structures_in_Eritrea | Croatian_exonyms | Subdivisions_of_Eritrea | List_of_towns_and_villages_in_Egypt | List_of_airports_in_Eritrea | Ruti_Sela | List_of_airports_by_ICAO_code:_H | Transport_in_Eritrea | Uddeholms_AB | Scutelleridae | List_of_airports_by_IATA_code:_A | Eritrean_Orthodox_Tewahedo_Church | Isaias_Afewerki | Political_history_of_East_Africa | List_of_international_airports_by_country | Amelia_Earhart | Indian_Ocean_in_World_War_II | Beersheba | Beersheba | Regions_of_Eritrea | SS_Clan_Alpine_(1942) | List_of_airports_in_Jordan | Energy_in_Eritrea | Index_of_Eritrea-related_articles | Asseb_Volcano | Asab | Gwyn_Griffin | Eritrean_coastal_desert

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