Djelfa Province

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Djelfa Province
ولاية الجلفة
Province
Map of Algeria highlighting Djelfa
Map of Algeria highlighting Djelfa
Coordinates: 34°40′30″N 3°15′30″E / 34.67500°N 3.25833°E / 34.67500; 3.25833Coordinates: 34°40′30″N 3°15′30″E / 34.67500°N 3.25833°E / 34.67500; 3.25833
Country  Algeria
Capital Djelfa
Area
 • Total 66,415 km2 (25,643 sq mi)
Population (2008)[1]
 • Total 1,223,223
 • Density 18/km2 (48/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+01)
Area Code +213 (0) 27
ISO 3166 code DZ-17
Districts 12
Municipalities 36

Djelfa (Arabic: ولاية الجلفة‎) is a province (wilaya) of Algeria. Its capital is Djelfa.

It was first established by the administrative reorganization of 1974, and is home to over 1.2 million inhabitants. Localities in this province include Tadmit, El Khemis, and Selmana.

Administrative division[edit]

The province is made up of 12 districts, which are further divided into 36 communes or municipalities.

Districts[edit]

  1. Aïn El Ibil
  2. Aïn Oussera
  3. Birine
  4. Charef
  5. Dar Chioukh
  6. Djelfa
  7. El Idrissia
  8. Faidh El Botma
  9. Had Sahary
  10. Hassi Bahbah
  11. Messaâd
  12. Sidi Ladjel

Communes[edit]

1. Aïn Chouhada
2. Aïn El Ibel
3. Aïn Feka
4. Aïn Maabed
5. Aïn Oussera
6. Amourah
7. Benhar
8. Beni Yagoub
9. Birine
10. Bouira Lahdab
11. Charef
من هنا تجد المدينة messaad 12. Dar Chioukh

13. Deldoul
14. Djelfa
15. Douis
16. El Guedid
17. El Idrissia
18. El Khemis
19. Faidh El Botma
20. Guernini
21. Guettara
22. Had-Sahary
23. Hassi Bahbah
24. Hassi El Euch

25. Hassi Fedoul
26. Messad
27. M'Liliha
28. Mouadjebara
29. Oum Laadham
30. Sed Rahal
31. Selmana
32. Sidi Baizid
33. Sidi Ladjel
34. Tadmit
35. Zaafrane
36. Zaccar

The communes of the province of Djelfa

References[edit]

  1. ^ Office National des Statistiques, Recensement General de la Population et de l’Habitat 2008 Preliminary results of the 2008 population census. Accessed on 2008-07-02.

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