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Manouba Governorate
Manouba Governorate (Arabic: ولاية منوبة‎‎ Wilāyat Mannūbah pronounced [ˌmænˈnuːbæ]) is one of the twenty-four governorates (provinces) of Tunisia and is in inland, northern Tunisia. It has a population of 379,518 (as at the 2014 census),[1][2] and an area of 1,137 km2. The capital is Manouba.
Manouba
ولاية منوبة
La Manouba
Governorate

Map of Tunisia with Manouba highlighted
Coordinates: 36°48′28″N 10°6′4″E
CountryTunisia
CreatedJuly 31, 2000
CapitalManouba
Area
 • Total1,137 km2 (439 sq mi)
Area rankRanked 20th of 24
Population (2014)
 • Total379,518
 • RankRanked 15th of 24
 • Density330/km2 (860/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01 (CET)
Postal prefixxx
ISO 3166 codeTN-14
Geography
The governorate is 5.5 kilometres (3.4 mi) from the capital, in an area of foothills of and verdant plains below the Tell Atlas uplands and borders Bizerte, Zaghouan, Beja, Tunis, Ariana and Ben Arous Governorates. The east and west of the province have high foothills; from both ranges the three lakes of Tunis and the Bay of Tunis can be seen. The east part of the west range is named the Forest of Tebourba, one of its four largest settlements.
The average temperature is 18.7 °C and annual rainfall is 450 millimeters.
Administrative divisions
Administratively, the governorate is divided into eight delegations (mutamadiyat), nine municipalities, eight rural councils and 47 imadas.
Delegation[3]Population in 2004[4]Population in 2014[1]
Borj El Amri16,18417,408
Djedeida40,32744,748
Douar Hicher75,95984,090
El Battan17,32118,977
Manouba51,39858,792
Mornaguia35,12942,687
Oued Ellil58,54469,317
Tebourba41,05043,499
Nine municipalities are in Manouba Governorate:
CodeMunicipalityPopulation
(2014)[5]
1411Manouba41,670
1412Den Den17,122
1413Douar Hicher82,532
1414Oued Ellil57,851
1415Mornaguia19,834
1416Borj El Amri6,519
1417Djedeida28,660
1418Tebourba27,545
1419El Battan6,453

References
  1. ^ a b "2014 Tunisian census data". Archived from the original on 2015-05-18.
  2. ^ (in French) Census 2014 (National Institute of Statistics) Archived 2014-10-29 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ (in French) "Gouvernorat de Manouba" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2009-02-17 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ (in French) 2004 Census: Manouba Governorate[permanent dead link] from Institut national de la statistique of Tunisia
  5. ^ 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.

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