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Béjaïa Province
ولاية بجاية
Algeria 06 Wilaya locator map-2009.svg
Map of Algeria highlighting the Province of Béjaïa
Province Code 6
Area Code +213 (0) 34
Administration
Capital Béjaïa
Districts 19
Municipalities 52
Wāli Mr. Ali Bedrici
PPA president Mr. Mohamed Bettache (FLN)
Basic statistics
Area 3,268 km² (1,261.8 sq mi)
Population 915,835[1] (2008)
Density 280.2/km² (725.8/sq mi)

Béjaïa (Kabyle : Bgayet) is a province of Algeria. The capital city is Béjaïa. Gouraya National Park is there. A population of the endangered primate, Barbary Macaque is found within this the province's Gouraya National Park; this canid has a severely restricted and disjunctive range.[2]

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Administrative divisions

The province is divided into 19 districts (daïras), which are further divided into 52 communes or municipalities.

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Districts

  1. Adekar
  2. Akbou
  3. Amizour
  4. Aokas
  5. Barbacha
  6. Béjaïa
  7. Béni Maouche
  8. Chemini
  9. Darguina
  10. El Kseur
  11. Ifri-Ouzellaguen
  12. Ighil Ali
  13. Kherrata
  14. Seddouk
  15. Sidi Aïch
  16. Souk El Tenine
  17. Tazmalt
  18. Tichy
  19. Timezrit

Communes

  1. Adekar
  2. Aït-Rizine
  3. Aït-Smail
  4. Akbou
  5. Akfadou
  6. Amalou
  7. Amizour
  8. Aokas
  9. Barbacha
  10. Béjaïa
  11. Beni Djellil
  12. Beni Ksila
  13. Beni Maouche
  14. Beni Mellikeche
  15. Boudjellil
  16. Bouhamza
  17. Boukhelifa
  18. Chelata
  19. Chemini
  20. Darguina
  21. Draâ El-Kaïd
  22. El-Flaye
  23. El-Kseur
  24. Feraoun
  25. Ifenain Ilmathen
  26. Ighil Ali
  27. Ighram
  28. Kendira
  29. Kherrata
  30. Melbou
  31. Oued Ghir
  32. Ouzellaguen
  33. Seddouk
  34. Semaoune
  35. Sidi-Aïch
  36. Sidi-Ayad
  37. Sidi-Saïd
  38. Souk El-Thenine
  39. Souk-Oufella
  40. Tala Hamza
  41. Tamokra
  42. Tamridjet
  43. Taourit Ighil
  44. Taskriout
  45. Tazmalt
  46. Tinabdher
  47. Tibane
  48. Tichy
  49. Tifra
  50. Timezrit
  51. Tizi N'Berber
  52. Toudja

References

  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.
  2. ^ C. Michael Hogan. 2008. Barbary Macaque: Macaca sylvanus, Globaltwitcher.com, ed. Nicklas Stromberg

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