The Jarabulus District (Arabic: جرابلس Ğarābulus, Turkish: Cerablus) is a Syrian district (mantiqah) administratively within the Aleppo Governorate. At the 2004 Census it had a population of 58,889. Its administrative centre is the city of Jarabulus.
The Euphrates river enters Syria in Jarabulus.
The district of Jarabulus is divided into two sub-districts or Nāḥiyas (population according to 2004 official census):
- Jarabulus Nahiyah (ناحية جرابلس): population 41,575.
- Ghandoura Nahiyah (ناحية غندورة): population 17,314.
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- Jarabulus nahiyah population
- Ghandoura nahiyah population
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