Reykjavíkurkjördæmi Suður

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Reykjavíkurkjördæmi Suður
Reykjavík South
Constituency of Iceland
Location of Reykjavíkurkjördæmi Suður
Country  Iceland
Established 1999
Main town Reykjavik Coat of Arms.svg Reykjavík
Composition
Population (2009)[2]
 • Total 119,357
 • Electors 43,748
Representatives to Alþingi 11

Reykjavíkurkjördæmi Suður (i.e. Reykjavík South) is one of the six constituencies (kjördæmi) of Iceland. Its major town, and the only one included, is Reykjavík.

Geography[edit]

It borders with the constituencies of Reykjavík North, South and Southwest. By area, it is the smallest one.

Administration[edit]

The constituency includes the southern part of the city of Reykjavík, part of the urban region of the Greater Reykjavík Area (Höfuðborgarsvæðið). The only county part of this kjördæmi is the Icelandic capital, independent city counted as a county.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Referred to the independent city of Reykjavík, counted as county
  2. ^ Population referred to the entire city of Reykjavík

External links[edit]

Media related to Constituencies of Iceland at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 64°08′N 21°56′W / 64.133°N 21.933°W / 64.133; -21.933