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District of Korçë

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District of Korçë

Korçë District
Rrethi i Korçës
District
Country  Albania
County Korçe County
Capital Korçe

The District of Korçë (Albanian: Rrethi i Korçës), is one of the thirty-six districts of Albania. According estimates, as of January 1, 2010, 138,898 people lived in the Korce District.[1] Korce district is considered one of two main minority regions of the country's south.[2] During World War I the French created the Republic of Korça in the area.

Geography

It has an area of 1,752 km², making it the second-largest district in Albania.

It lies in the southeastern part of Albania in Korçë County, from lat. 40°27'N to lat. 40°57'N and from long. 21°4'E to 20°19'E, and its capital is Korçë.

It is bordered by Pogradec District and the Republic of Macedonia to the north, by Greece with the Florina regional unit (Greek Macedonia) to the east, Devoll District to the southeast, by Kolonjë District and Përmet District to the southwest, and by Gramsh District and Skrapar District on the west.

Municipalities

The district consists of the following municipalities:

   

Other Communities and Settlements

References

Coordinates: 40°39′N 20°39′E / 40.650°N 20.650°E / 40.650; 20.650

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