Thénia District

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Thénia District

دائرة الثنية
Algeria 35 Wilaya locator map-2009.svg
Map of Algeria highlighting Boumerdès Province
Country Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
Province Boumerdès
District seat Thénia
Population
 (1998)
  Total52,448
Time zone UTC+01 (CET)
Municipalities 4

Thénia is a district in Boumerdès Province, Algeria. It was named after its capital, Thénia which, under French rule, was called Ménerville.

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Municipalities

The district is further divided into 4 municipalities:

Rivers

Isser River Tablat - Oued Isser wd ysr - tblT - panoramio.jpg
Isser River

This district is crossed by several rivers:

Dams

This district has two dams:

Notable people

See also

Coordinates: 36°43′31″N3°33′23″E / 36.72528°N 3.55639°E / 36.72528; 3.55639

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