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Coordinates: 36°43′30″N 004°03′30″E / 36.725°N 4.05833°E / 36.725; 4.05833

Tizi Ouzou Province
ولاية تيزي وزو
Algeria 15 Wilaya locator map-2009.svg
Map of Algeria highlighting the Province of Tizi Ouzou
Province Code 15
Area Code +213 (0) 26
Administration
Capital Tizi Ouzou
Districts 21
Municipalities 67
Basic statistics
Area 3,568 km² (1,377.6 sq mi)
Population 1,119,646[1] (2008)
Density 313.8/km² (812.8/sq mi)

Tizi Ouzou (Arabic: ولاية تيزي وزو‎, Kabyle: Tizi Wezzu) is a province (wilaya) in Algeria, named after its capital.

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Administrative divisions

The province is divided into 21 districts (daïras), which are further divided into 67 communes or municipalities.

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Districts

  1. Aïn El Hammam
  2. Azazga
  3. Azzefoun
  4. Béni Douala
  5. Béni Yenni
  6. Boghni
  7. Bouzeguène
  8. Draâ Ben Khedda
  9. Draâ El Mizan
  10. Iferhounène
  11. Larbaâ Nath Irathen
  12. Maâtka
  13. Makouda
  14. Mekla
  15. Ouadhia
  16. Ouafic
  17. Ouaguenoun
  18. Tigzirt
  19. Tizi Gheni
  20. Tizi
  21. Tizi Rached

Communes

  1. Abi Youcef
  2. Aghni-Goughrane (Agouni Gueghrane)
  3. Aghrib
  4. Ain El Hammam (Ain-El-Hammam)
  5. Ain Zaouia (Ain-Zaouia)
  6. Ait Aggouacha
  7. Ait Bouadou
  8. Ait Boumehdi (Ait Boumahdi)
  9. Ait Chaffaa (Ait-Chaffaa, Ait Chafâa)
  10. Ait Khelili (Ait Khellili)
  11. Ait Mahmoud (Ait-Mahmoud)
  12. Ait Oumalou
  13. Ait Toudert
  14. Ait Yahia (Ait-Yahia
  15. Ait Yahia Moussa (Aït Yahia Moussa)
  16. Akbil
  17. Akerrou
  18. Assi Youcef
  19. Azazga
  20. Azzefoun (Azeffoun)
  21. Beni Aissi (Beni Aïssi)
  22. Beni Douala (Beni-Douala)
  23. Beni Yenni
  24. Beni Ziki (Beni Zikki, Beni Zekki)
  25. Beni Zmenzer
  26. Boghni
  27. Boudjima
  28. Bounouh
  29. Bouzguen (Bouzeguene)
  30. Djebel Aissa Mimoun (Djebel-Aissa Mimoun)
  31. Draa Ben Kheda (Draa Ben Khedda, Draâ Ben Khedda)
  32. Draa El Mizan (Draâ El Mizan)
  33. Freha
  34. Frikat
  35. Iboudraren
  36. Idjeur
  37. Iferhounene (Iferhounène)
  38. Ifigha
  39. Iflissen
  40. Illilten
  41. Iloula Oumalou (Illoula Oumalou)
  42. Imsouhal
  43. Irdjen
  44. Larba Nait Irathen (Larbaâ Nath Irathen)
  45. M'Kira
  46. Maatkas (Mâatkas)
  47. Makouda
  48. Mechtrass
  49. Mekla
  50. Mizrana
  51. Ouacif
  52. Ouadhia
  53. Ouaguenoun
  54. Sidi Naamane (Sidi Nâamane)
  55. Souamaa (Souamâa)
  56. Souk El Tenine (Souk El Thenine)
  57. Tadmait (Tadmaït)
  58. Tigzirt
  59. Timizart
  60. Tirmirtine (Tirmitine)
  61. Tizi Ghenif (Tizi-Ghenif)
  62. Tizi N'Thlata (Tizi N'Tleta)
  63. Tizi Ouzou
  64. Tizi Rached (Tizi-Rached)
  65. Yakouren (Yakourene)
  66. Yatafene (Yattafene, Yattafène)
  67. Zekri

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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