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Médéa Province
ولاية المدية
Algeria 26 Wilaya locator map-2009.svg
Map of Algeria highlighting the Province of Médéa
Province Code 26
Area Code +213 (0) 25
Administration
Capital Médéa
Districts 19
Municipalities 64
Basic statistics
Area 8,866 km² (3,423.2 sq mi)
Population 830,943[1] (2008)
Density 93.7/km² (242.7/sq mi)

Médéa (Arabic: ولاية المدية‎) is a province (wilaya) of Algeria. The capital is Médéa.

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Administrative divisions

The province is divided into 19 districts (daïras), which are further divided into 64 communes or municipalities.

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Districts

  1. Aïn Boucif
  2. Aziz
  3. Béni Slimane
  4. Berrouaghia
  5. Chahbounia
  6. Chellelet El Adhouara
  7. El Azizia
  8. El Omaria
  9. Guelb El Kébir
  10. Ksar El Boukhari
  11. Médéa
  12. Ouamri
  13. Ouled Antar
  14. Ouzera
  15. Seghouane
  16. Si Mahdjoub
  17. Sidi Naâmane
  18. Souaghi
  19. Tablat

Communes

  1. Aïn Boucif
  2. Aïn Ou Ksir
  3. Aissaouia
  4. Aziz
  5. Baata
  6. Benchicao
  7. Beni Slimane
  8. Berrouaghia
  9. Bir Ben Laabed
  10. Boghar
  11. Bou Aiche
  12. Bouaichoune
  13. Bouchrahil
  14. Boughezoui
  15. Bouskene
  16. Chahbounia Chelalet El Adhaoura
  17. Cheniguel
  18. Damiat
  19. Derrag
  20. Deux Bassins
  21. Djouab
  22. Draa Essamar
  23. El Azizia
  24. El Guelbelkebir
  25. El Hamdania
  26. El Omaria
  27. El Ouinet
  28. Hannacha
  29. Kef Lakhdar
  30. Khams Djouamaa
  31. Ksar Boukhari
  32. Meghraoua
  33. Médéa
  34. Medjebar
  35. Meftaha
  36. Mezerana
  37. Mihoub
  38. Ouamri
  39. Oued Harbil
  40. Ouled
  41. Ouled Antar
  42. Ouled Brahim
  43. Ouled Deide
  44. Ouled Hellal
  45. Ouled Maaref
  46. Oum El Djalil
  47. Ouzera
  48. Rebaia
  49. Saneg
  50. Sedraia
  51. Seghouane
  52. Sidi Mahdjoub
  53. Sidi Damed
  54. Sidi Errabia
  55. Sidi Naamane
  56. Sidi Zahar
  57. Sidi Ziane
  58. Souagui
  59. Tablat
  60. Tafraout
  61. Tamesguida
  62. Tlatet Eddouair
  63. Zoubiria

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.

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