Tulkarm Governorate

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State of Palestine
West Bank
Part of the Palestinian territories

The Tulkarm Governorate (Arabic: محافظة طولكرمMuḥāfaẓat Ṭūlkarm; Hebrew: נפת טולכרם Nafat Ṭūlkarm) is an administrative district and one of 16 Governorates of Palestine located in the northwestern West Bank. The governorate's land area is 268 square kilometers.[1] According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, the governorate had a population of 172,800 inhabitants.[2] The muhfaza or district capital is the city of Tulkarm.

Localities[edit]

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The Tulkarm Governorate has 51 localities and two refugee camps. The towns and cities mentioned below have populations of over 1,000.

Municipalities[edit]

Villages[edit]

Town
Beit Amin - بيت أمين
Dhinnaba - ِِذِنّابة
Far'un - فرعون
Iktaba - إكتابا
'Illar- عِلار
Izbat Shufa - عزبة شوفة
Al-Jarushiya - الجاروشية
Kafr Abbush - كفر عبوش
Kafr Jammal - كفر جمّال
Kafr al-Labad - كفراللبد
Kafr Rumman - كفر رمّان
Kafr Sur - كفر صور
Kafr Thulth - كقر ثلث
Kafr Zibad - كفر زيباد
Khureish - خربة خريش
Kur - كور
an-Nazla al-Gharbiya - النزله الغربيه
an-Nazla ash-Sharqiya - النزله الشرقيه
an-Nazla al-Wusta - النزله الوسطه
Nazlat Abu Nar - نزلات ابو نار
Nazlat 'Isa - نزلة عيسى
Nur Shams - مخيّم نور شمس
Raml Zeita - رمل زيتة/قزازة
Ramin
Ras Atiya - خربة رأس عطيّه
Al-Ras - الرأس
Saffarin - سفارين
Seida - صيدا
Shufta - شوفه
Sir - خربة سر
Zeita - زيتا
Shwiaka - شويكه

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Coordinates: 32°19′11.5″N 35°5′38.5″E / 32.319861°N 35.094028°E / 32.319861; 35.094028