MYANMAR

historical demographical data of the administrative divisions


DIVISIONcapitalsurface/sq.kmsurface/sq.mie1994e1983e1973e1973e1969e1941e1931e1891codepos.particularsvariants of the name
source:GLBBBBSYSYGL/AAWGGL/EBGL/EBGL
AyeyarwaddyPathein35167135676107,04991,14156,74152,54264,02659,12334,8IRswIrrawaddy
MagweMagway44799173054067,03241,12634,82632,12760,01905,81722,0MGcwMinbu
MandalayMandalay34253142955823,04580,93668,53662,33172,01907,71696,3188,8MDcabsorbed Meiktila division in 1940
BagoBago49787152144607,03800,23177,53174,13689,02961,22549,61456,5PGcsPegu
YangônYangôn52139275037,03973,83188,83186,91785,0703,6RGscsplit from Pegu in 1964Rangoon
SagaingSagaing99150365354889,03856,03119,13115,52933,02322,71918,1SGnw
TanintharyiDawei43328167351187,0917,6716,4717,61856,02110,41872,7978,1TNseTenasserim
STATE
Rakhine StateAkyab36762142002482,02045,91710,51710,91847,01186,71008,5672,0RKwArakan
Chin StateHaka3600913907438,0369,0318,1323,1354,0CHwsplit from Arakan in 1948
Kachin StateMyitkyinâ87808343791135,0904,0687,2735,1687,0KCneformed by taking Myitkyina and Bhamo districts from Mandalay, 1948
Kayin StatePa-an28726117311323,01057,5660,2856,2795,0KReseformed by taking parts of Tanintharyi in 1948Karan, Karen, Kawthule
Kayah StateLoi-kaw116704530228,0168,4107,3126,5113,070,558,8KYecformed by the union of Bawlake, Kantarawaddy and KyebogyiKarenni
Mon StateMawlamyine1183147482183,01682,01387,71313,368,9636,1MOesesplit from Tanintharyi in 1974
Shan StateTaunggyi158222601554416,03718,72640,23178,22725,0927,1870,2SHeformed by the merging the Federated Shan States and the Wa States
TOTAL:67803326122843922,035306,228172,928884,526980,016823,814667,13295,4

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