Ras al-Ayn Subdistrict

Ras al-Ayn Subdistrict (Arabic: ناحية مركز رأس العين) is a subdistrict of Ras al-Ayn District in western al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. Administrative centre is the city of Ras al-Ayn.

Ras al-Ayn Subdistrict

ناحية مركز رأس العين
Location of Ras al-Ayn Subdistrict within al-Hasakah Governorate
Country Syria
Governorateal-Hasakah
DistrictRas al-Ayn District
SeatRas al-Ayn
Area
  Total2,832.02 km2 (1,093.45 sq mi)
Population
 (2004)[1]
121,536
GeocodeSY080400

At the 2004 census, the subdistrict had a population of 121,536.[1]

Cities, towns and villages

Cities, towns and villages of Ras al-Ayn Subdistrict
PCodeNamePopulation
C4988Ras al-Ayn29,347
C5017al-Manajir12,156
C5027Mabrouka6,325
C5021Qattinah4,736
C5005Tell Abu Ra'sayn4,390
C5002Tell Halaf4,274
N/ATell Safah3,578
C4992al-Amirit3,182
C5025Masjid2,944
C5013Tell Sinan Sharqi2,272
N/AMuthanna2,183
N/AJan Tamur Sharqi2,176
N/ABarqa1,901
C4989Al-Safh Ras al-Ayn1,854
C5011Tell al-Ward Gharbi1,757
C5009Assadiya1,674
N/ATell al-Arqum1,430
C5020Arada Kabira1,415
C5019Arshet Ras al-Ayn1,327
C5007Rawya1,316
C5023Modan1,236
N/ABistan1,187
C5000Abu Jarada Kabir1,180
C4987Kabsh1,179
C4997Ahras1,092
C5015Tal Elamir1,011
C4986Dahmaa1,009
N/AAl-Alea al-Sharqiya995
N/AAl-Mutanabi981
C4995Thamud978
C4984Siwan974
N/A?941
N/A?939
C5024Mjeibreh880
N/A?870
C5018Salhiyeh Mala Khader866
C5003Rabiat Gharbi863
N/A?860
C4994Um Harmala827
C4998Abu Shakhat792
C4990Tal Harmal763
C5006Um Elasafir725
C5022Kisreh716
C4993Zaydiyeh Ras El Ein663
C5016Dawoodiyeh634
N/AAl-Alea al-Gharbia630
C4985Hakimeh601
C4999Dardara579
N/AKharma554
C5010Kherbet Hamid513
C4991Abdel Salam Gharbi469
C5012Tal Sheer Ras al-Ayn428
C4996Ajla425
C5014Shara417
N/A?414
N/A?348
N/ASukariyeh338
N/A?332
C5026Mbarkiyeh322
N/A?321
N/A?309
C5001Tal Baydar Ras al-Ayn245
N/A?228
N/A?222
C5004Kherbet Jamu165
N/A?140
N/A?138

References

  1. "2004 Census Data for Nahiya Ras al-Ayn" (in Arabic). Syrian Central Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 15 October 2015. Also available in English: "2004 Census Data". UN OCHA. Retrieved 15 October 2015.


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