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Governorates of Tunisia

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Tunisia
Foreign relations
Tunisia

is divided into 24 governorates (wilayat, sing. wilayah):

Key Governorate Population
(2014)[1]
Area
(km2)[2]
Density
1 Ariana 576,088 482 1,195.20
2 Béja 303,032 3,740 81.02
3 Ben Arous 631,842 761 830.28
4 Bizerte 568,219 3,750 151.53
5 Gabès 374,300 7,166 52.23
6 Gafsa 337,331 7,807 43.21
7 Jendouba 401,477 3,102 129.43
8 Kairouan 570,559 6,712 85.01
9 Kasserine 439,243 8,260 53.18
10 Kebili 156,961 22,454 6.99
11 Kef 243,156 4,965 48.97
12 Mahdia 410,812 2,966 138.51
13 Manouba 379,518 1,137 333.79
14 Medenine 479,520 9,167 52.31
15 Monastir 548,828 1,019 538.59
16 Nabeul 787,920 2,788 282.61
17 Sfax 955,421 7,545 126.63
18 Sidi Bouzid 429,912 7,405 58.06
19 Siliana 223,087 4,642 48.06
20 Sousse 674,971 2,669 252.89
21 Tataouine 149,453 38,889 3.84
22 Tozeur 107,912 4,719 22.87
23 Tunis 1,056,247 346 3,052.74
24 Zaghouan 176,945 2,768 63.93

The governorates are divided into 264 "delegations" or "districts" (mutamadiyat), and further subdivided into municipalities (Baladiyat),[3] and sectors (Imadats).[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "2014 Tunisian census data". 
  2. ^ title=tunisieindustrie.nat.tn http://www.tunisieindustrie.nat.tn/fr/doc.asp?mcat=12&mrub=105&msrub=205 title=tunisieindustrie.nat.tn . 
  3. ^ Tunisia Governorates
  4. ^ Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
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