Ann'harbor

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12, -40.93, 160.49
Ann'harbor
City
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CountryFlag of the FSA.svg Federal States
 • StateOakley
 • CountyNorth Annshire
Ethnic Groups
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Nationalitiestbd
Demonymtbd
Government
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Area
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Elevation10 m (tbd ft)
Population
 • Estimate (2001)~ 141 000
 • Census (tbd)tbd
 • Densitytbd/km2
Postal Codetbd
Telephone Codetbd
Metrotbd
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Websiteannharbor.com

Ann'harbor is a industrial city in the state of Oakley in the east of the Federal States. The city was founded in 1769.

Ann'harbor is widely known for its seaport on the Eastern Coast of the Federal States.


History

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Geography

Neighborhoods

City districts in Ann'harbor:

Neighborhoods in Ann'harbor:

Climate

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Parks

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Demographics

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Economy

Industry

MacDougall Graham airplane manufacturing
  • Annport, logistics company, main operator of the harbor facilities in Ann'harbor
  • Ann Shipbuilding, largest shipyard in Ann'harbor, designer, builder and refueler of many FS Navy ships and submarines
  • Eastwick, defense company
  • Lanchester, defense company
  • MacDougall Graham, a major aerospace manufacturing corporation headquartered in Ann'harbor
  • Staten Oil, a Federal States oil company
  • Eastern Electra, a Federal States electric utility company
  • Ingbas FS, a construction company, builds nuclear power plants

Tertiary sector

Obcare

Obcare headquarters

Education

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Primary and secondary education

Higher education

Culture

Sports

basketball

baseball

football

soccer

Media

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Points of interest

Ann'harbor City Hall

Infrastructure

Transportation

Air

August Georgington Airport‎ is the main airport, Stanton National and International are not far away

Roads

Rail

Oden Station is Ann'harbors largest station for passengers. It's located in downtown close to tbd.

Ann'harbor Oden Station

The city is also connected to the Stanton Subway.

Healthcare

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Notable people

  • Ralph Wulfton (1785–1847), marine engineer
  • August Georgington (1859–1937), aviation pioneer
  • John Graham (1897–1977), engineer of jet engines
  • Arnulf MacDougall (1886–1955), aviation engineer and manufacturer
  • Henderson Mayer (1899–1986), architect received the Cruz y Lopez Prize‎ in 1964
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Sister cities


Miscellaneous

MacDougall Field

Z14, -41.0685 °S, 160.3523 °E
MacDougall Field

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Basic information
Country Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States
City Ann'harbor
Began operation 19xx
WAAT MDF
ANACA BAMD
Statistics
Runways
Direction Length
12/30 4200 m
Helipads
Number Length
Transport
Communication

MacDougall Field is a regional airport in Ann'harbor. WAAT: MDF, ANACA: BAMD

location of MacDougall Graham