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Coordinates: 35°N 38°E / 35°N 38°E / 35; 38

Syrian Arab Republic
الجمهورية العربية السورية
al-Jumhūrīyah al-ʻArabīyah as-Sūrīyah
Flag Coat of arms
Anthem: "حماة الديار" (Arabic)
Humat ad-Diyar
Guardians of the Homeland
Capital
and largest city
Damascus
33°30′N 36°18′E / 33.500°N 36.300°E / 33.500; 36.300
Official languages Arabic
Ethnic groups
  • Syrian Arabs
  • Arameans
  • Kurds
  • Turkomans
  • Assyrians
  • Armenians
  • Government Unitary dominant-party[A] semi-presidential republic[1]
     •  President Bashar al-Assad
     •  Prime Minister Imad Khamis
     •  Speaker of the People's Council Hadiya Khalaf Abbas
    Legislature People's Council
    Establishment
     •  Proclamation of Arab Kingdom of Syria 8 March 1920 
     •  State of Syria established under French Mandate 1 December 1924 
     •  Syrian Republic established by merger of States of Jabal Druze, Alawites and Syria 1930 
     •  Independence (Joint UN / French Mandate ended) 24 October 1945 
     •  Last French
    troops leave
    17 April 1946 
     •  Secession from the
    United Arab Republic
    28 September 1961 
     •  Ba'ath party
    takes power
    8 March 1963 
    Area
     •  Total 185,180[2] km2 (89th)
    71,479 sq mi
     •  Water (%) 1.1
    Population
     •  July 2014 estimate 17,064,854[3] (54th)
     •  Density 118.3/km2 (101st)
    306.5/sq mi
    GDP (PPP) 2010 estimate
     •  Total 7.831 billion[4]
     •  Per capita ,040[4]
    GDP (nominal) 2010 estimate
     •  Total .957 billion[4]
     •  Per capita ,802[4]
    Gini (2014) 55.8[5]
    high
    HDI (2014)  0.594[6]
    medium · 134th
    Currency Syrian pound (SYP)
    Time zone EET (UTC+2)
     •  Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
    Drives on the right
    Calling code +963
    ISO 3166 code SY
    Internet TLD .sy
    سوريا.
  • ^ Government has limited control across the country. See Syrian civil war
  • Syriai/ˈsɪ.rɪə/سورياSūriyāSyrian Arab Republicالجمهورية العربية السورية

    Etymology

    ΣύριοιΣύροιἈσσυρία

    History

    Ancient antiquity

    Eblaites and Amorites

    Arameans and Phoenicians

    Classical antiquity

    Middle Ages

    During Muhammad's era

    Islamic Syria (al-Sham)

    Crusaders, Ayubids, Mamluks and Nizaris

    Ottoman Syria

    French Mandate

    Independent Syrian Republic

    Ba'athist Syria

    Syrian Civil War

    Geography

    Politics and government

    Human rights

    Military

    Foreign relations

    International disputes

    Israel unilaterally annexed the Golan Heights in 1981, although the Syrian government continues to demand the return of this territory.

    Administrative divisions

    No. Governorate Capital
    Governorates of Syria
    1 Latakia Latakia
    2 Idlib Idlib
    3 Aleppo Aleppo
    4 Al-Raqqah Al-Raqqah
    5 Al-Hasakah Al-Hasakah
    6 Tartus Tartus
    7 Hama Hama
    8 Deir ez-Zor Deir ez-Zor
    9 Homs Homs
    10 Damascus
    11 Rif Dimashq
    12 Quneitra Quneitra
    13 Daraa Daraa
    14 Al-Suwayda Al-Suwayda

    Agrarian Reform

    Internet and telecommunications

    Economy

    Petroleum industry

    Transport

    Water supply and sanitation

    Demographics

    Historical populations (in thousands)
    Year Pop. ±% p.a.
    1960 4,565,000 —    
    1970 6,305,000 +3.28%
    1981 9,046,000 +3.34%
    1994 13,782,000 +3.29%
    2004 17,921,000 +2.66%
    2014 17,952,000 +0.02%
    Source: Central Bureau of Statistics of the Syrian Arab Republic, 2011[170]

    Ethnic groups

    Religion

    Languages

    English and French are widely spoken as a second language, but English is more often used.

    Largest cities

     
  • v
  • t
  • e
  • Largest cities or towns in Syria
    2004 official census
    Rank Name Province Pop.

    Aleppo

    Damascus
    1 Aleppo Aleppo Governorate 2,132,100
    Homs
    2 Damascus Damascus 1,711,000
    3 Homs Homs Governorate 652,609
    4 Latakia Latakia Governorate 383,786
    5 Hama Hama Governorate 312,994
    6 Ar-Raqqah Ar Raqqah Governorate 220,488
    7 Deir ez-Zor Deir ez-Zor Governorate 211,857
    8 Al-Hasakah Al-Hasakah Governorate 188,160
    9 Qamishli Al-Hasakah Governorate 184,231
    10 Sayyidah Zaynab Rif Dimashq Governorate 136,427

    Culture

    Arts

    Popular culture

    Sports

    Cuisine

    Education

    Health

    See also

    • Index of Syria-related articles
    • Outline of Syria
    • Syrian Civil War
    • Refugees of the Syrian Civil War
    • International recognition of the Syrian National Council
    • Federation of Northern Syria – Rojava

    References

    Further reading

    External links

    • "Syria". The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. 
    • Syria at DMOZ
    • Syria web resources provided by GovPubs at the University of Colorado–Boulder Libraries
    • Syria profile from the BBC News
    • Syria profiles of people and institutions provided by the Arab Decision project
    • Wikimedia Atlas of Syria
     Turkey  Turkey  Turkey
     Cyprus • Mediterranean Sea  Iraq
      Syria  
     Lebanon •  Israel  Jordan •  Iraq  Iraq

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syria



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