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Nahias of Jordan

Nahias of Jordan
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A nahia (Arabic: ناحية‎, plural nawahi) is an administrative division in Jordan. The 12 governorates of Jordan are divided into 52 nawahi. These are listed below, by governorate:


  • Ajlun Governorate 1
  • Amman Governorate 2
  • Aqaba Governorate 3
  • Balqa Governorate 4
  • Irbid Governorate 5
  • Jerash Governorate 6
  • Karak Governorate 7
  • Ma'an Governorate 8
  • Madaba Governorate 9
  • Mafraq Governorate 10
  • Tafilah Governorate 11
  • Zarqa Governorate 12
  • See also 13

Ajlun Governorate

Nahias of Ajlun

Amman Governorate

Nahias of Amman
  • Amman
  • Al-Jiza
  • Al-Mwwqqar
  • Na'oor
  • Sahab
  • Um al-Basatin
  • Wadi al-Sayr

Aqaba Governorate

Nahias of Aqaba
  • Al-Aqaba
  • Al-Quwayra
  • Wadi Araba

Balqa Governorate

Nahias of Balqa
  • Al-Balqa
  • Ardhah
  • As-Salt
  • Dair Alla
  • Shuna al-Janibiyya

Irbid Governorate

Nahias of Irbid
  • Al-Aghwar Shamaliyyeh
  • Ar Ramtha
  • Bani Knana
  • Hariema
  • Irbid
  • Kora
  • Mazar Shamaliyyeh
  • Tayybeh
  • Wastiyyeh

Jerash Governorate

Nahia of Jerash

Karak Governorate

Nahias of Karak
  • Ayy
  • Faqqu
  • Al-Karak
  • Al-Mazar al-Janubiyya
  • Al-Mazra'a
  • Al-Qasr
  • Al-Safi

Ma'an Governorate

Nahias of Ma'an
  • Al-Husanyniyya
  • Ash-Shibek
  • Ayi
  • Ma'an
  • Wadi Musa

Madaba Governorate

Nahias of Madaba
  • Dhiban
  • Madaba

Mafraq Governorate

Nahias of Mafraq
  • Al-Mafraq
  • Ar-Ruwayshid
  • Bal'ama
  • Sabha
  • Sama as-Sarhan

Tafilah Governorate

Nahias of Tafilah
  • Al-Hasa
  • Al-Tafila
  • Birsayra

Zarqa Governorate

Nahias of Zarqa
  • Al-Azraq
  • Az-Zarqa
  • Birin

See also

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