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An Kalipa Abasida (Inarabo: العبّاسيّون‎, al-‘Abbāsīyūn) amo an ikatulo ha Kalipa Islam han Imperyo Islam. Namuno an dinastiya Abasida nga mga kalipa, nga gintukod an ira kapital ha Baghdad kahuman nga mapaiwas an Kalipa Umayyad ha ngatanan labot la ha Al Andalus.

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