Ayn al-Arab Subdistrict

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Ayn al-Arab Subdistrict

ناحية مركز عين العرب
Ayn al-Arab Subdistrict in Syria
Location of Ayn al-Arab Subdistrict within Aleppo Governorate
Country Syria
GovernorateAleppo
DistrictAyn al-Arab District
SeatKobani
Area
 • Total745.6 km2 (287.9 sq mi)
Population
 (2004)[1]
81,424
GeocodeSY020600

Ayn al-Arab Subdistrict (Arabic: ناحية مركز عين العرب‎) is a subdistrict of Ayn al-Arab District in northeastern Aleppo Governorate, northern Syria. Administrative centre is the city of Kobani. At the 2004 census, the subdistrict had a population of 81,424.[1]

Cities, towns and villages[edit]

Cities, towns and villages of Ayn al-Arab Subdistrict
PCode Name Population
C1946 Kobani 44,821
C1954 al-Farazdaq 3,981
C1951 Tall Ghazal 1,546
C1940 Shiran 1,545
C1983 Qantarte Beith Serri 1,484
C1957 Ain al-Bat Kabir 1,450
C1971 al-Ghassaniyah 1,386
C1963 Hazineh 1,103
C1981 Mazraet Sufi Kabir 973
C1949 Tall Hajib 950
C1936 Qantarra 884
C1978 Doha Kabir 807
C1959 Bir Omar 773
C1976 al-Habab 756
C1985 Qarruf 729
C1955 Tall Hajar Fawqani 724
C1958 Tafsh 720
N/A Minas 680
C1966 Baban 660
C1944 Salameh Saghir 649
C1982 Mazraet Elamud 649
C1990 Qola 592
C1986 Makhraj 590
C1960 Joban 578
N/A Zarqaa 567
C1970 Ayoubiyeh 565
C1967 Kharab Nas 507
C1968 Kharan Kort 491
C1992 Kas Kaskan 466
C1962 Nabaa 466
C1980 Sus 439
C1937 Zarafet Zarafik 415
N/A Klmad 405
C1969 Thahireh 399
C1974 Aziziyeh 358
C1964 Jil 347
C1965 Natheriyeh 330
C1979 Sift Fawqani 285
C1952 Bethlehem Tahtani 250
C1950 Bethlehem Fawqani 242
C1942 Salama Kabir 231
C1987 Morshed 197
C1988 Naf Karab 189
C1961 Bijan 180
C1947 Tall Hajar Tahtani 179
C1972 Jbeileh Fawqani 175
C1939 Khaldiyeh Fawqani 162
C1973 Shoruq 156
N/A Kharab Ra'asat 146
C1945 Jbeileh Tahtani 119
C1953 Maydan 104
C1941 Tall Abyad Tahtani 97
C1956 Oruba 82
C1948 Zobar 76
C1977 Zogher 76
C1943 Gharib 64
C1991 Karb Karbalak 51
C1975 Estiqama 50
N/A Kirbat Aleusal 24

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2004 Census Data for Nahiya Ayn al-Arab" (in Arabic). Syrian Central Bureau of Statistics. Archived from the original on 24 November 2015. Retrieved 15 October 2015. Also available in English: "2004 Census Data". UN OCHA. Retrieved 15 October 2015.