Master clay/tone

Master clay/tone District Council
base data
region: Wellington
inhabitant: 23.300 (2004)
surface: 2,298 km ²
population density: 10.1 Einwohner/km ²
capital: Master clay/tone
of the city administration:
64 Chapel sp
PO box 444
master clay/tone
master clay/tone town center:

master clay/tone is a city in the south of the north island of New Zealand. It is capital of the master clay/tone district (English: Master clay/tone District Council).

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the master clay/tone district is limited in the north by the Tararua district and in the northwest by the Horowhenua district (both in the region Manawatu Wanganui). Along the entire west and south border follows, by the Waiohine River defined, the Carterton district . Along the east border runs the southPacific ocean.


the entire district has 23,300 inhabitants (2004). Over 18.000 humans inhabit the place master clay/tone. The remainder lives in different smaller localities like for example the coastal places Castlepoint and Riversdale or in partial wooded hinterland lying settlements Mauriceville or Tinui.


master clay/tone became to 19. May 1854 of Joseph of Masters based, after whom the place is also designated. The designation “city” for master clay/tone is so actually wrong, since the minimum number of populations for a city in New Zealand 1989 of at that time in master clay/tone nearly achieved 20,000 inhabitants on at least 50,000 inhabitants one raised.

twin cities

Hatsukaichi (Japan) approx. 120,000 inhabitants
Changchun, province Jilin (People's Republic of China) approx. 2,5 million inhabitant
Armidale (Australia) approx. 22,000 inhabitants

coordinates: 40° 57 ' 34 " S, 175° 39 ' 26 " O


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