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Tago District, Gunma

Tago District was formerly a rural district located in Gunma Prefecture, Japan. Parts of the modern cities of Takasaki and Fujioka were formerly within the district. Tago District was the name of one of the ancient districts of Kōzuke Province, m ...

                                               

Yamada District, Gunma

Yamada District was formerly a rural district located in Gunma Prefecture, Japan. The district is now entirely part of the cities of Kiryū, Midori and Ōta, with a small portion a part of the city of Ashikaga in neighboring Tochigi Prefecture. Yam ...

                                               

Ashina District, Hiroshima

Japan > Hiroshima Prefecture > Ashina District ) Ashina 芦品郡, Ashina-gun was one of the districts located in Hiroshima Prefecture until 2003. The district was created on October 1, 1898, when both Ashida and Honji districts merged. On Fe ...

                                               

Fukayasu District, Hiroshima

Fukayasu was a district located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. On October 1, 1898, the district was formed by the mergers of both Fukatsu and Yasuna Districts. On March 1, 2006, the last remaining town of Kannabe was merged into the expanded cit ...

                                               

Kamo District, Hiroshima

Kamo was a district located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. On March 22, 2005, the town of Daiwa, along with the town of Hongō from Toyota District, and the town of Kui from Mitsugi District, was merged into the expanded city of Mihara. Kamo Dist ...

                                               

Kōnu District, Hiroshima

Kōnu was a district located in Hiroshima Prefecture. On March 31, 2005, the town of Sōryō, along with the towns of Hiwa, Kuchiwa, Saijō, Takano and Tōjō all from Hiba District, was merged into the expanded city of Shōbara. Therefore, Kōnu Distric ...

                                               

Numakuma District, Hiroshima

Numakuma 沼隈郡, Numakuma-gun was a district located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The original district areas contained some parts of the present city of Fukuyama. The district hall was placed together with Fukatsu District later merged with Y ...

                                               

Akashi District, Hyōgo

Akashi District was a district in Hyōgo Prefecture. It was formed in 1879 from the territory of the Edo period Akashi Domain. The district ceased to exist on 10 January 1951, when its last remaining municipalities merged into Akashi city. The are ...

                                               

Tsukuba District, Ibaraki

Tsukuba was a district located in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. At its greatest extent it included the areas of todays cities of Jōsō, Shimotsuma, Toride, Tsuchiura, Tsukuba, and Tsukuba Mirai. The district had two towns before the dissolution: Yawa ...

                                               

Esashi District, Iwate

List of provinces of ancient Japan > Tōsandō > Rikuchu Province > Esashi District Esashi 江刺郡, Esashi-gun was a district located in Iwate Prefecture, Japan.

                                               

Hienuki District, Iwate

List of Provinces of Japan > Tosando > Rikuchu Province > Hienuki District Japan > Iwate Prefecture > Hienuki District Hienuki 稗貫郡, Hienuki-gun was a district located in Iwate Prefecture formerly Rikuchu Province, Japan. The dis ...

                                               

Hioki District, Kagoshima

Hioki was a district located in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. As of July 1, 2005, the district had an estimated population of 7.927 and the density of 109.72 persons per km². The total area was 72.25 km².

                                               

Isa District, Kagoshima

List of Provinces of Japan > Saikaido > Satsuma Province > Isa District Japan > Kyūshū > Kagoshima Prefecture > Isa District Isa 伊佐郡, Isa-gun was a district located in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. As of October 1, 2008, the d ...

                                               

Kawanabe District, Kagoshima

Japan > Kagoshima Prefecture > Kawanabe District Kawanabe 川辺郡, Kawanabe-gun was a district located in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 28.788 and a total area of 247.54 km². The day bef ...

                                               

Amata District, Kyoto

                                               

Kasa District, Kyoto

                                               

Age District, Mie

Age District 安芸郡 was a district located in Mie Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 41.976. The total area was 170.60 km 2 65.87 sq mi. Until the dissolution on December 31, 2005, the district had three to ...

                                               

Ichishi District, Mie

Ichishi was a district located in Mie Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 70.117 and a density of 150.14 persons per km². The total area was 467.00 km². Until the day before the dissolution on December 31, 2 ...

                                               

Iinan District, Mie

Iinan 飯南郡, Iinan-gun was a district located in Mie Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 11.235 and the total area was 317.27 km².

                                               

Natori District, Miyagi

Japanese district exclude city status municipality. So the Natori district had gradually diminished with incorporation or promotion of its municipalities to cities. Finally the original area had been divided to three cities of Sendai, Natori and ...

                                               

Minaminaka District, Miyazaki

Minaminaka 南那珂郡, Minaminaka-gun was a district located in Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. Until the day before the dissolution, the district contained two towns. Kitagō 北郷町; Kitagō-chō Nangō 南郷町; Nangō-chō

                                               

Sarashina District, Nagano

Sarashina was a district located in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 1.467 and a density of 31.99 persons per km². The total area was 45.86 km². The district had only one village the day before the ...

                                               

Kitatakaki District, Nagasaki

Kitatakaki was a district located in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 31.482 and a density of 244.41 persons per km². The total area was 128.81 km².

                                               

Higashikubiki District, Niigata

Higashikubiki was a district located in Niigata, Japan. The district was founded when the former Kubiki District split into Higashikubiki District, Nakakubiki District, and Nishikubiki District. At the time of founding, the district covered easte ...

                                               

Nakakubiki District, Niigata

Nakakubiki was a district located in Niigata, Japan. The district was founded in 1878, when the former Kubiki District split into Higashikubiki District, Nakakubiki District, and Nishikubiki District. At the time of founding, the district covered ...

                                               

Nishikubiki District, Niigata

Nishikubiki was a district located in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The district was founded in 1878, when the former Kubiki District split into Higashikubiki District, Nakakubiki District, and Nishikubiki District. At the time of founding, the dist ...

                                               

Hita District, Ōita

Hita was a district located in Ōita Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 14.180 and the density of 35.72 persons per km². The total area was 396.98 km². Until March 21, 2005, there were three towns and two vi ...

                                               

Kitaamabe District, Ōita

Kita-Amabe was a district located in Ōita Prefecture, Japan. The district had only the town of Saganoseki until December 31, 2004. But on January 1, 2005, Saganoseki, along with the town of Notsuharu from Ōita District, was merged into the expand ...

                                               

Nishikunisaki District, Ōita

March 31, 1954 April 1, 1951 The town of Takada, and the villages of Kawachi, Higashitoko, Nishitoko and Kusaji were merged to create the town of Takada. The village of Kuresaki was merged into the town of Takada. The villages of Matama, Kamimata ...

                                               

Mitsu District, Okayama

Mitsu District was a district located in Okayama Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 22.923. The total area was 345.10 km². On April 1, 1900, the district was founded after the mergers of Mino and Tsudaka Di ...

                                               

Saga District, Saga

Due to the city status enforcement, the city of Saga was formed. April 1, 1889 23 villages Due to the municipal status enforcement, 23 villages were formed within Saga District. April 16, 1955 - The villages of Kasuga, Kawakami and Matsuume were ...

                                               

Azai District, Ōmi

List of Provinces of Japan > Tōsandō > Ōmi Province > Azai District Azai 浅井郡, Azai-gun was a district located in Ōmi Province/Shiga Prefecture. The district is equivalent to the former towns of Nishiazai, Kohoku, Torahime, Biwa, Azai ...

                                               

Nishiazai District, Shiga

April 1, 1897 Merged into Ika District. April 1, 1889 Municipal status enforced The villages of Shiotsu and Nagahara were formed. 1878 Azai District splits into Nishiazai and Higashiazai Districts.

                                               

Shiga District, Shiga

Shiga was a district located in Shiga Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district has an estimated population of 21.964 and a density of 306.20 persons per km². The total area is 71.73 km².

                                               

Yasu District, Shiga

Yasu was a district located in Shiga Prefecture, Japan. On October 1, 2004, the former town of Yasu absorbed the town of Chūzu, effectively turning Yasu District into Yasu City. Therefore, Yasu District was dissolved as a result of this merger. A ...

                                               

Fuji District, Shizuoka

Fuji 富士郡, Fuji-gun was a district located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The district covered the entire area of the city of Fujinomiya and parts of the city of Fuji. Until the day before the dissolution, the district had only one town. town o ...

                                               

Oe District, Tokushima

Oe was a district located in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 46.231 and a density of 320.63 persons per km². The total area is 144.19 km².

                                               

Imizu District, Toyama

Imizu was a district located in Toyama Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 57.362 and a density of 747.39 persons per km². The total area was 76.75 km². Before the dissolution on October 31, 2005, the distri ...

                                               

Asa District, Yamaguchi

Asa 厚狭郡, Asa-gun was a district located in Yamaguchi Prefecture. As of 2003, the district had an estimated population of 22.781 within a total area of 89.89 km 2. In the past, the district included the cities of Ube excluding Kiwa, Sanyō-Onoda ...

                                               

Mine District, Yamaguchi

Mine District was a district located in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. On March 20, 2008, the day before its dissolution, the district consisted solely of the towns of Mitō 美東町 and Shūhō 秋芳町.

                                               

Toyoura District, Yamaguchi

Toyoura 豊浦郡, Toyoura-gun was a district located in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. The district area covered the city of Shimonoseki excluding the former villages of Tamaki and Yoshida in Mine District and Toyotamae in the city of Mine. As of 200 ...

                                               

Yoshiki District, Yamaguchi

Yoshiki was a district located in Yamaguchi Prefecture. As of 2003, the district had a total estimated population of 39.900 and the total area was 82.98 km². Before its dissolution, it included three towns: Ajisu Aio Ogōri On October 1, 2005, the ...

                                               

Higashiyamanashi District, Yamanashi

Higashiyamanashi was a district located in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. As of 2004, the district had an estimated population of 10.701. The total area was 79.27 km². Until the day before the district dissolved October 31, 2005, the district has o ...

                                               

Nyacheki

Nyacheki is a town in the Gucha District in western Kenya. Villages surrounding this town include Nyabiosi, Bendera, Naikuru, Tukiyamwana, and Mochengo. Nyacheki is located along Keroka Nyangusu road and is a 45 minutes drive from Maasai Mara. It ...

                                               

Aarberg District

The Aarberg District was an administrative district of the canton of Bern, Switzerland. Its capital was the town of Aarberg. The district contained 12 municipalities covering an area of 153 km 2: CH-3283 Niederried bei Kallnach CH-3257 Grossaffol ...

                                               

Aarwangen District

Aarwangen District was a district in the northeast corner of the canton of Bern in Switzerland, with its seat at Aarwangen. It was disbanded in December 2009. Its municipalities became part of the administrative region Emmental-Oberaargau. It was ...

                                               

Biel District

Biel/Bienne District was a district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland with its seat Biel/Bienne. It was bi-lingual and included two municipalities in an area of 25 km²: It is now part of the administrative district of Biel/Bienne.

                                               

Buren District

Buren District was a district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland, with its capital at Buren an der Aare. It contained 14 municipalities in an area of 88 km²:

                                               

Burgdorf District

Burgdorf District was a district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland with its seat at Burgdorf Castle in Burgdorf. It included 24 cities and towns in an area of 197 km 2:

                                               

Courtelary District

Courtelary District was located in Switzerland and was one of the three French-speaking districts of the Bernese Jura, along with La Neuveville and Moutier. The district was located in the canton of Bern with the seat being Courtelary. It had a p ...

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