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Jendouba Governorate (Tunisian Arabic: ولاية جندوبة‎‎ Wilāyat Jandūbah pronounced [ˌʒænˈduːbæ]) is one of the twenty-four governorates of Tunisia. It is predominantly in the high hills of the Tell Atlas north-western Tunisia, bordering Algeria and the Mediterranean Sea. It covers an area of 3,102 km² and has a population of 401,477 (2014 census).[1] The capital is Jendouba.
Jendouba Governorate
جندوبة
Governorate

Map of Tunisia with Jendouba highlighted

Subdivisions of Jendouba Governorate
Coordinates: 36°30′N 8°47′E
CountryTunisia
CreatedJune 21, 1956
CapitalJendouba
Area
 • Total3,102 km2 (1,198 sq mi)
Area rankRanked 15th of 24
Population (2014)
 • Total401,477
 • RankRanked 12th of 24
 • Density130/km2 (340/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01 (CET)
Postal prefixxx
ISO 3166 codeTN-32
Administrative divisions
The governorate is divided into nine delegations (mutamadiyat), listed below with their populations at the 2004 and 2014 Censuses:[2]
DelegationArea
in km2
Population
2004 Census
Population
2014 Census
Aïn Draham48940,37235,400
Balta-Bou Aouane29742,22938,764
Bou Salem28636,06135,501
Fernana39152,69047,690
Ghardimaou50767,95564,170
Jendouba Sud25568,59772,337
Jendouba Nord29844,19540,779
Oued Meliz20019,01517,843
Tabarka37445,49448,993
The following eight municipalities are located in Jendouba Governorate:
CodeMunicipalityPopulation
(2014)[3]
2211Jendouba45,431
2212Bou Salem21,638
2213Tabarka19,770
2214Aïn Draham9,659
2215Fernana3,831
2216Beni M'Tir784
2217Ghardimaou19,495
2218Oued Melliz2,388

Notable people
References
  1. ^ (in French) Census 2014 (National Institute of Statistics) Archived 2014-10-29 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Institut National de la Statistique Tunisie (web).
  3. ^ Recensement Général de la Population et de l'Habitat 2014 – Population, logements et ménages par commune et arrondissement [Census 2014 results – population, accommodation and households per municipality and delegation] (Report) (in French). National Institute of Statistics. 1 April 2015. Retrieved 18 February 2016.
External links
Ain Kroumir - Regional Website of Northwest Tunisia

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