Homs Destrict

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Homs Destrict (Arabic: منطقة حمص‎ / ALA-LC: Minṭaqat Ḥimṣ) is a destrict (mantiqah) o the Homs Govrenorate in Sirie. At the 2004 Census it haed a population o 1,035,055.[1] The centre o the destrict is the ceety o Homs.

Diveesions[eedit | eedit soorce]

The destrict o Homs is dividit intae twal sub-destricts or Nāḥiyas (population accordin tae 2004 offeeial census):

  • Homs nahiyah (ناحية حمص): population 750,501.[2]
  • Taldou nahiyah (ناحية تلدو): population 71,503.[3]
  • Khirbet al-Tin Noor nahiyah (ناحية خربة تين نور): population 52,879.[4]
  • Ayn an-Nisr nahiyah (ناحية عين النسر): population 30,267.[5]
  • Furqlus nahiyah (ناحية الفرقلس): population 13,506.[6]
  • Al-Riqama nahiyah (ناحية رقاما): population 20,602.[7]
  • Al-Qaryatayn nahiyah (ناحية القريتين): population 16,795.[8]
  • Mahin nahiyah (ناحية مهين): population 13,511.[9]
  • Hisyah nahiyah (ناحية حسياء): population 15,195.[10]
  • Sadad nahiyah (ناحية صدد): population 4,092.[11]
  • Kabu nahiyah (ناحية القبو): population 18,636.[12]
  • Shin nahiyah (ناحية شين): population 27,951.[13]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 2004 official census
  2. "Homs nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  3. "Taldou nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  4. "Khirbet Teen Noor nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  5. "Ayn an-Nisr nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  6. "Al-Faraqlas nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  7. "Raqama nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  8. "Al-Qaryatayn nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  9. "Mahin nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  10. "Hasia nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  11. "Sadad nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  12. "Kabu nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.
  13. "Sheen nahiyah population". Cbssyr.org. Retrieved 19 Juin 2012.