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List of Tunisian governorates by area

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Subject: Sfax Governorate, Kasserine Governorate, Kairouan Governorate, Ariana Governorate, Bizerte Governorate, Gafsa Governorate, Jendouba Governorate, Manouba Governorate, Medenine Governorate, Monastir Governorate
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List of Tunisian governorates by area

This is a table listing of Tunisian Governorates by area. Tunisia in total has an area of 163,610 square kilometres (63,170 sq mi) making it the 92nd largest country in the world:

Rank Governorate Area
km2 sqmi
1 Tataouine 38,889 15,015
2 Kebili 22,084 8,527
3 Gafsa 8,990 3,470
4 Medenine 8,588 3,316
5 Kasserine 8,066 3,114
6 Sfax 7,545 2,913
7 Gabès 7,175 2,770
8 Sidi Bouzid 6,994 2,700
9 Kairouan 6,712 2,592
10 Kef 4,965 1,917
11 Tozeur 4,719 1,822
12 Siliana 4,642 1,792
13 Bizerte 3,685 1,423
14 Beja 3,558 1,374
15 Jendouba 3,102 1,198
16 Mahdia 2,966 1,145
17 Nabeul 2,788 1,076
18 Zaghouan 2,768 1,069
19 Sousse 2,669 1,031
20 Mannouba 1,137 439
21 Monastir 1,019 393
22 Ben Arous 761 294
23 Ariana 482 186
24 Tunis 346 134
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