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Basic information about Al-Hasakah
Al-Hasakah Governorate (Arabic: محافظة الحسكة / ALA-LC: Muḥāfaẓat al-Ḥasakah, Kurdish: پارێزگای حەسیچە/Parêzgeha Hesîçe, Syriac: ܓܙܪܬܐ Gozarto) is a governorate in the far north-east corner of Syria. It is distinguished by its fertile lands, plentiful water, picturesque nature, and more than one hundred archaeological sites. It was formerly known as Al-Jazira province. Prior to the Syrian Civil War nearly half of Syria's oil was extracted from the region.
Cities, towns & villages in Al-Hasakah
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Tall ḨalafThe Halaf culture is a prehistoric period which lasted between about 6100 and 5100 BCE. The period is a continuous development out of the earlier Pottery Neolithic and is located primarily in south-eastern Turkey, Syria, and northern Iraq, although Halaf-influenced material is found throughout Greater Mesopotamia. The Halaf period was succeeded by the Halaf-Ubaid Transitional period which comprised the late Halaf (c. 5400-5000 BC), and then by the Ubaid period. Show Tall Ḩalafon the map
Al MālikīyahAl-Malikiyah (Arabic: Al Mālikiyah, Syriac: ܕܪܝܟ‎, Dayrik, Kurdish: Dêrika Hemko‎) is a small Syrian city and the center of an administrative district belonging to Al-Hasakah Governorate. The district constitutes the northeastern corner of the country. The town is about 20 km (12 mi) west of the Tigris river which defines the triple border between Syria, Turkey and Iraq. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Al-Malikiyah had a population of 26,311 in the 2004 census. It is the administrative center of a nahiyah (\"subdistrict\") consisting of 108 localities with a combined population of 112,000 in 2004. The population enjoys demographic and ethnic diversity that is characteristic of most of Al-Hasakah Governorate. The town is inhabited by Kurds, Assyrians, Ara Show Al Mālikīyahon the map
Al QāmishlīAl-Qamishli (Arabic: Syriac: ܒܝܬ ܙܠܝ̈ܢ‎, translit. Bēṯ Zālīn, Kurdish: Qamişlo‎), is a city in northeastern Syria on the border with Turkey, adjoining the Turkish city of Nusaybin, and close to Iraq. According to the 2004 census, Al-Qamishli had a population of 184,231. Al-Qamishli is 680 kilometres (420 mi) northeast of Damascus. Show Al Qāmishlīon the map
Tall TamrTell Tamer (Arabic: تل تمر‎‎, Syriac: ܬܠ ܬܡܪ‎, Kurdish: Girê Xurma‎) also known as Tal Tamr or Tal Tamir, is a small town in western al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. It is administrative center of the Tell Tamer Nahiya consisting of 13 municipalities. Originally inhabited by Assyrians, the town is now predominantly populated by Kurds and recently settled Arab Bedouins, with the Assyrians remaining a substantial minority of about 20%. At the 2004 census, Tell Tamer had a population of 7,285. Show Tall Tamron the map
KhālidAl-Khalidiyah (Arabic: Syriac: ܚܢܝܟ‎ Khanik, Kurdish: Xanike‎), also known as Khanik (خانيك), is a village in the al-Hasakah Governorate in Northeastern Syria.The village lies on the Tigris Khabur opposite to the Iraqi village of Faysh Khabur. Just 3 km to the south of the tripoint of Iraq, Syria and Turkey. The village is also famous as the easternmost settlement of Syria.Khanik is inhabited by Assyrians belonging to the Chaldean Catholic Church and the Assyrian Church of the East. A number of Armenians also live in the village. Show Khālidon the map
Tall MassāsTell Massas (Arabic: تل مساس‎‎), also known as Barwar (برور), is a village near Tell Tamer in western al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. Administratively it belongs to the Nahiya Tell Tamer. The village is inhabited by Assyrians belonging to the Assyrian Church of the East. At the 2004 census, it had a population of 231. Show Tall Massāson the map
Tall NaşrīTell Nasri (Arabic: تل نصري‎‎), also known as Waltou (ولطو), is a village near Tell Tamer in western al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. Administratively it belongs to the Nahiya Tell Tamer. The village is inhabited by Assyrians belonging to the Assyrian Church of the East. At the 2004 census, it had a population of 650. Show Tall Naşrīon the map
Abū TīnahAbu Tinah (Arabic: أبو تينة‎‎), also known as Jilu (جيلو), is a village near Tell Tamer in western al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. Administratively it belongs to the Nahiya Tell Tamer. The village is inhabited by Assyrians belonging to the Assyrian Church of the East. At the 2004 census, it had a population of 301. Show Abū Tīnahon the map
‘Ilwat Muḩammad Ibrāhīmal-Alwa (Arabic: العلوة‎‎) is a village in southern Al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. The village is located on the Khabur River Administratively the village belongs to the Nahiya al-Shaddadah of al-Hasakah District. The village is predominantly inhabited by Arabs. At the 2004 census, it had a population of 3,409. Show ‘Ilwat Muḩammad Ibrāhīmon the map
Tall BāzTell Baz (Arabic: تل باز‎‎), also known as Baz (باز), is a village near Tell Tamer in western al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria. Administratively it belongs to the Nahiya Tell Tamer. The village is inhabited by Assyrians belonging to the Assyrian Church of the East. At the 2004 census, it had a population of 251. Show Tall Bāzon the map
AmudeAmuda or Amouda (Arabic: عامودا‎‎ 'Āmūdā, Kurdish: Amûdê‎) is a town in Al Hasakah Governorate) in northeastern Syria close to the border with Turkey. Amuda has a mostly Kurdish population with also a significant Assyrian presence. As a preliminary result of the ongoing Syrian Civil War, Amuda today is situated in Jazira Canton within the autonomous Federation of Northern Syria – Rojava framework. Show Amudeon the map
Umm al QuşayrUmm al Quşayr is a Syrian village near an unofficial border crossing at Suweida. Show Umm al Quşayron the map
DākhilīyahDakhiliyah (Arabic: داخلية‎‎) is a town located in Al-Hasakah Governorate, Syria. Show Dākhilīyahon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Al-Hasakah
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Al-Hasakah GovernorateAl-Hasakah Governorate (Arabic: محافظة الحسكة‎‎ / ALA-LC: Muḥāfaẓat al-Ḥasakah, Kurdish: پارێزگای Hesîçe‎, Syriac: ܓܙܪܬܐ‎ Gozarto) is a governorate in the far north-east corner of Syria. It is distinguished by its fertile lands, plentiful water, picturesque nature, and more than one hundred archaeological sites. It was formerly known as Al-Jazira province. Prior to the Syrian Civil War nearly half of Syria's oil was extracted from the region.Show on map
Al-Malikiyah Districtal-Malikiyah District (Arabic: منطقة translit. manṭiqat al-Mālikiyah‎; Kurdish: Devera Dêrika Hemko‎) is a district of al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria. Administrative centre is the city of al-Malikiyah. al-Malikiyah is both the northernmost and easternmost district in Syria. At the 2004 census, it had a population of 191,994.Show on map
Ras al-Ayn DistrictRas al-Ayn District (Arabic: منطقة رأس العين‎, translit. manṭiqat Raʾs al-ʿAyn‎, Kurdish: Devera Serê Kaniyê‎) is a district of al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria. Administrative centre is the city of Ras al-Ayn. At the 2004 census, the district had a population of 177,150. It is populated by Arabs, Kurds and Assyrians.Show on map
Al-Qamishli Districtal-Qamishli District (Arabic: منطقة translit. manṭiqat al-Qāmišlī‎, Kurdish: Devera Qamişlo‎) is a district of al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria. Administrative centre is the city of al-Qamishli. At the 2004 census, the district had a population of 425,580.Show on map
Al-Hasakah Districtal-Hasakah District (Arabic: منطقة الحسكة‎, translit. manṭiqat al-Ḥasaka‎, Kurdish: Devera Hesiçe‎) is a district of al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria. Administrative centre is the city of al-Hasakah. At the 2004 census, the district had a population of 480,394.Show on map
Different buildings in Al-Hasakah
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Tall BirākTell Brak (Nagar, Nawar) was an ancient city in Syria. Its remains constitute a tell located in the Upper Khabur region, near the modern village of Tell Brak, 50 kilometers north-east of Al-Hasaka city, Al-Hasakah Governorate. The city's original name is unknown. During the second half of the third millennium BC, the city was known as Nagar and later on, Nawar.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Al-Hasakah
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Wādī JarrāḩThe Wadi Jarrah is a tributary of the Khabur River in northeastern Syria.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Al-Hasakah
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Tall ‘ArbīdTell Arbid is an ancient Near East archaeological site in the Khabur River Basin region of Al-Hasakah Governorate, Syria. It is located 45km south of Tell Mozan, the site of ancient Urkesh.Show on map