Mardin (province)


Mardin (province)
Mardin
Districts de la province de Mardin
Districts de la province de Mardin
Administration
Pays Drapeau de Turquie Turquie
Province Mardin ( 47 )
Région Région de l'Anatolie du sud-est
(Güneydoğu Anadolu Bölgesi)
Géographie
Coordonnées 37° 21′ 47″ Nord
       40° 54′ 31″ Est
/ 37.3631, 40.9086
Superficie 909 700 ha = 9 097 km2
Démographie
Population 705 098 hab.
Densité 77,5 hab./km2
Localisation
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Mardin

La province de Mardin est une des 81 provinces (en turc : il, au singulier, et iller au pluriel) de la Turquie.

Sa préfecture (en turc : valiliği) se trouve dans la ville éponyme de Mardin.

Sommaire

Géographie

Sa superficie est de 8 891 km².

Population

Au recensement de 2000, la province était peuplée d'environ 705 098 habitants, soit une densité de population d'environ 79 hab./km².

Administration

La province est administrée par un préfet (en turc : vali )

Subdivisions

La province est divisée en 10 districts (en turc : ilçe , au singulier)i.

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