Niigataënsis

praefectura Iaponiae

Niigataënsis,[1] Iaponice 新潟県 Niigata, est praefectura Iaponia maritima in insula Honshu spectans mare Iaponicum sita. Caput est urbs eiusdem nominis. Nomen Niigata ad pede litterarum significat 'novum stagnum'.

Wikidata Niigataënsis
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Niigataënsis: insigne
Niigataënsis: insigne
Niigataënsis: vexillum
Niigataënsis: vexillum
praefectura
Civitas: Iaponia
Locus: 37°54′9″N 139°1′23″E
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Fines

Procuratio superior: Iaponia
Territoria finitima: Toyama Prefecture, Naganum, Gunma Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture, Yamagata Prefecture

Forma

Area: 12 582.47 chiliometrum quadratum
Caput: Niigata
Subdivisiones: Niigata, Nagaoka, Sanjo, Kashiwazaki, Shibata, Ojiya, Kamo, Tokamachi, Mitsuke, Murakami, Tsubame, Itoigawa, Myoko, Gosen, Joetsu, Agano, Sado, Uonuma, Minamiuonuma, Tainai, Kitakanbara district, Nishikanbara district, Minamikanbara district, Higashikanbara district, Santō district, Minamiuonuma district, Nakauonuma district, Kariwa district, Iwafune district

Gestio

Praefectus: Hideyo Hanazumi
Consilium: Niigata Prefectural Assembly

Vita

Incolae: 2 192 319
Zona horaria: UTC+09:00, Japan Standard Time

Commemoratio

Paean: Niigata Kenminka
  1. Cf. "Dioecesis Niigataensis" e The Hierarchy of the Catholic Church (situs a Davide M. Cheney elaboratus) (Anglice)

Nexus interni