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Manouba Governorate

ولاية منوبة
La Manouba
Map of Tunisia with Manouba highlighted
Map of Tunisia with Manouba highlighted
Country Tunisia
Created July 31, 2000
Capital Manouba
 • Total 1,137 km2 (439 sq mi)
Area rank Ranked 20th of 24
Population (2014)
 • Total 379,518
 • Rank Ranked 15th of 24
 • Density 330/km2 (860/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+01)
Postal prefix xx
ISO 3166 code TN-14

Manouba Governorate (Tunisian Arabic: ولاية منوبةWilāyat Mannūbah pronounced ) is one of the twenty-four governorates (provinces) of Tunisia. It is situated in northern Tunisia. It has a population of 379,518 (2014 census),[1][2] and an area of 1,137 km2. The capital is Manouba.


The governorate is located 5.5 kilometres (3.4 mi) from the capital and surrounded by the governorates of Bizerte, Zaghouan, Beja, Tunis, Ariana and Ben Arous.

The average temperature is 18.7 °C and annual rainfall is 450 millimeters.

Administratively, the governorate is divided into eight delegations (mutamadiyat), nine municipalities, eight rural councils and 47 imadas.

Delegation[3] Population in 2004[4] Population in 2014[1]
Borj El Amri 16,184 17,408
Djedeida (Jedaida) 40,327 44,748
Douar Hicher 75,959 84,090
El Battan 17,321 18,977
Manouba 51,398 58,792
Mornaguia 35,129 42,687
Oued Ellil 58,544 69,317
Tebourba 41,050 43,499


  1. ^ a b "2014 Tunisian census data". 
  2. ^ (French) Census 2014 (National Institute of Statistics)
  3. ^ (French) Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne"Gouvernorat de Manouba"
  4. ^ (French) 2004 Census: Manouba Governorate from Institut national de la statistique of Tunisia

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