Center District (Israel)


Center District (Israel)

Infobox Israel district
name=Center District


caption=
imgsize=150px
hebname=Hebrew|מחוז המרכז
arname=
capital=Ramla
largest city=Rishon LeZion
no cities=18
no lc=22
no rc=12
population=1,613,700
popyear=2005
area=1,293
The Center District ( _he. מחוז המרכז, "Meḥoz haMerkaz") of Israel is one of six administrative districts, including most of the Sharon region. The district capital is Ramla. The district's largest city is Rishon LeZion. Its population as of 2005 was 1,613,700. According to the Israeli Central Beurau of statistics 88% of the population is Jewish, 8% is Arab, and 4% are not classified (most are former Soviet Union immigrants of partially Jewish Nationality or family relationship).

Administrative sub-regions

Former Municipalities

References

ee also

*Districts of Israel
*List of cities in Israel


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