Districts of Kuwait

Districts of Kuwait

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Kuwait is divided into five districts.

Governorates of Kuwait
District Area on Map Registered Voters Population
of 2005
District One Hawalli 66,641 487,514
District Two Al Kuwait 41,365 261,013
District Three Al Farwaniyah 58,674 622,123
District Four Al Jahra 93,711 272,373
District Five Mubarak Al-Kabeer & Al Ahmadi 101,294 570,380
TOTAL 361,685 2,213,403  
Source: Kuwait District Database


District One

District Two

District Three

District Four

District Five

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