PALESTINA

historical demographical data of the urban centers


PLACE NAMEprovincevariants of the namee2000mc1997dce19951986/87e1971c1967e1946ue1944e1939e1938e1937c1931e1922e1910?e1900e1890?particularselevationfound.yr
source:EWEWCGDVFWDVSYEBAGEBHBEBAGAG,HTWWRLin m
Adh-DhahiriyaAKDhariya23,020,511,24,9
Al-AyzarîyahAQBethany, El Azariye, El Asarije, Eizariya6,0agglomeration of Al-Quds
Al-BirahRAEl Bira9,7
Al-Birah (agglomeration)RA31,528,013,0
Al-Braij CampGZEl Bureij?25,224,0
Al-Insairat CampGZ44,7
Al-KhalîlAKHebron, El Chalil, Hevron, Al-Halîl133,6119,4120,079,143,038,326,423,119,018,720,017,516,622,0914
Al-Maghazi CampGZEl Mughâzi19,216,9
Al-QudsAQJerusalem, El Kuds, Hierosolyma228,2210,260,5estimate of the Eastern sector of the city only798
An-Nuseirât> see:Nuseirât
ArîhâARJericho, Er Riha, Erîhâ16,514,717,06,85,00,3one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities of the world-258c. 9000BC
Ar-RâmAQEr Râm, Ramma21,019,02,0includes Dahiyat al-Bareed792
Ayzarîyah, Al -> see:Al-Ayzarîyah
Azarîye, Al -> see:Al-Ayzarîyah
Azzah> see:Gazzah
Bani SuhaylahGZ26,023,07,6
Bayt ...> see:Beit ...
Beit HânûnGZBayt Hânûn24,320,815,04,8
Beit JalaBLBayt Jâlâ, Bet Schala, Gallim8,06,0820
Beit LahmBLBethlehem, Bet Lahm, Bayt Lahm, Beit Lechem24,421,932,034,225,016,39,17,37,06,86,715,05,9777
Beit LâhyaGZBeit Lâhiya, Bayt Lâhiya44,938,5
Beit SâhûrBL12,45,4
Bethany> see:Al-Ayzarîyah
Bethlehem> see:Beit Lahm
Birah, Al -> see:Al-Birah
Deir al-BalahGZDayr al-Balah, Deir El Balah10,9
Deir al-Balah (agglomeration)GZ39,342,936,018,1
Dhahiriya, Adh - > see:Adh-Dhahiriya
DûrâAKAdoraim, Adurayim17,315,511,45,0898
El Asarije / or: / El Azariye> see:Al-Ayzarîyah
El Birah> see:Al-Birah
El Chalil> see:Al-Khalîl
El Kuds> see:Al-Quds
El Mughâzi> see:Al-Maghazi Camp
El Nuseirât> see:Nuseirât
Erîhâ> see:Arîhâ
Er Rafa> see:Rafah
Er Râm> see:Ar-Râm
Gaza> see:Gazzah57,0
GazzahGZGaza, Ghazze, Azzah, Gazza125,087,8
Gazzah (agglomeration)GZ328,1353,6235,0118,337,830,319,919,420,017,017,530,040,020,855
HalhûlAK17,515,714,06,0near the highest point on the West Bank of 1019 m997
Hân Yûnis> see:Khân Yûnus
Hebron> see:Al-Khalîl
Hevron> see:Al-Khalîl
JabâlyahGZJabalîya, Jabalia62,524,010,52,5
Jabâlyah (agglomeration)GZ113,995,543,6agglomeration includes the refugee camp
JanînJNJenin, Engannim, Ein-Ganam, Janîn, Ginaea, Ginnat8,3150
Janîn (agglomeration)JN29,526,719,220,013,42,0
Jatâ> see:Yattah
Jenin> see:Janîn
Jericho> see:Arîhâ
Jerusalem> see:Al-Quds
Khalîl, Al -> see:Al-Khalîl
Khân YûnusGZKhan Yunis, Hân Yûnis, Hanûth Yona100,129,5
Khân Yûnus (agglomeration)GZ123,2110,098,453,0including the population of an associated refugee camp
Kiryat Arba> see:Qiryat Arba'
Kuds, El -> see:Al-Quds
Ma'alé AdummimAQ18,4an Israeli settlement, suburb of Al-Quds
Maghazi Camp, Al -> see:Al-Maghazi Camp
Mughâzi, El -> see:Al-Maghazi Camp
NâbulusNBNablus, Sichem, Shechem, Neapolis80,041,8ca.2000BC
Nâbulus (agglomeration)NB111,0100,2120,0106,964,044,224,723,519,919,719,017,215,928,024,813,0570
NuseirâtGZEl Nuseirat, An-Nuseirat50,937,0
QabâtiyaJN16,314,713,86,0300
QalqilyaQQVia Maris35,831,820,58,9
Qiryat Arba'AKKiryat Arbaan Israeli settlement1972
Quds, Al -> see:Al-Quds
RafahGZRafiah, Raphia, Er Rafa24,010,8battle scenes in 720 BC and 217 BC
Rafah (agglomeration)GZ104,292,090,049,8including the population of an associated refugee camp
Râm, Ar -> see:Ar-Râm
Râm AllâhRARamallah20,318,027,024,812,15,0
SabastîyahNBSamaria, Sebaste
SalfitSF7,43,2
Samaria> see:Sabastîyah
Shechem> see:Nâbulus
Sichem> see:Nâbulus
Tel as-Sultan CampGZ19,217,2
TûbâsTBThebez, Tevets12,15,3
TûlkarmTKTul Karm10,3
Tûlkarm (agglomeration)TK37,633,933,815,3
YattahAKYatta, Yuta, Jatâ, Yota34,530,817,07,3837
Yuta> see:Yattah

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File created on 2001.06.18; last revised and updated on 2002.05.16 by Jan Lahmeyer

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