›› Convert tunnland to dunam


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How many tunnland in 1 dunam? The answer is 0.20257677659833.
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The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 0.00020257677659833 tunnland, or 0.001 dunam.
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›› Quick conversion chart of tunnland to dunam

1 tunnland to dunam = 4.9364 dunam

5 tunnland to dunam = 24.682 dunam

10 tunnland to dunam = 49.364 dunam

15 tunnland to dunam = 74.046 dunam

20 tunnland to dunam = 98.728 dunam

25 tunnland to dunam = 123.41 dunam

30 tunnland to dunam = 148.092 dunam

40 tunnland to dunam = 197.456 dunam

50 tunnland to dunam = 246.82 dunam

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›› Definition: Dunam

A dunam (or dönüm, dunum) is a unit of land area enclosing 1000 square metres. Land area in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Strip has been measured in dunams since the era of the British Mandate of Palestine.

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