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Democratic Federation of Northern Syria

Capital CurrencyGovernment system
Kobane - Ain al-Arab Syrian pound (SYP) Autonomous Region in Syria
Official languageRegion Population
Middle East 2018 - ≈ 2 000 000

Country map - Administrative structure - Population density of Rojava

Map Rojava - Administrative division - Population density 2018

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Statistical Data - Population density according to the administrative structure

The population data in the table below is a estimation for 2004.

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Province ISO
Capital Area
Population Density
Total     - - -
Last update: 30/03/2022 - 23:28:25
Afrin SY 0203 Afrin 1 840,85 172 095 93,5
Darbasiyah SY 0800401 Darbasiyah 994,17 55 614 55,9
Derik SY 0803 al-Malikiyah 2 652,74 191 994 72,4
Hasakah SY 0800 al-Hasakah 12 646,32 480 394 38,0
Kobane Kobani - -
Manbij SY 0205 Manbij 5 183,99 408 143 78,7
Qamishli SY 080200 Al Qamishli 637,27 232 096 364,2
Sarrin - - - - -
Serekaniye - - - - -
Tal Abyad Tal Abyad - - -
Tall Tamer C 4409 Tall Tamri - 7 285 -


For the Kurdish self-government in the Rojava, is currently no precise information on the administrative structure available - the territorial structure presented here is from FSA sources whose main forces are Kurdish units. The population data demonstrated in the table is data from the period before the Syrian civil war, emitted by official Syrian sources. These are here shown only in the case that the Syrian and Kurdish territorial borders are largely identical, otherwise no data is marked. However, they are only of limited informative value because they are relatively old and do not reflect the changed population structure as a result of the civil war. So only the territorial structure is significant, considering that the borders to Turkey and the Turkish occupied Syrian territory are still military contested.


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