|• Total||17,153 km2 (6,623 sq mi)|
Wasit Governorate (Arabic: واسط Wāsit) (or Wasit Province) is a province in eastern Iraq. Its name comes from the Arabic word meaning "middle," as it lies along the Tigris about midway between Baghdad and Basra. Its major cities include the capital Al Kut, Al-Hai, and the city Wasit. Prior to 1976 it was known as Kut Province.
- Iraq Inter-Agency Information & Analysis Unit Reports, Maps and Assessments of Iraq's Governorates from the UN Inter-Agency Information & Analysis Unit
- "Governor of Wasit province outgoing Mahdi al-Zubaidi hand over his post to Mahmoud Abdul Ridha Talal". DinarVets. 24 June 2013. Retrieved 30 January 2015.
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|Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate||Dhi Qar Governorate||Maysan Governorate|
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