Al-Hasakah also is known as Al-Hasakeh, Al-Hasaka or simply Hasakah, is the capital city of the Al-Hasakah Governorate and it is located in the far north-eastern corner of Syria. With a population of 188,160 residents in 2004, Al-Hasakah is among the ten largest cities in Syria and the largest in the governorate. Al Hasakah is a city found in Al-Hasakah, Syria. It is located 36.50 latitudes and 40.75 longitudes and it is situated at elevation 305 meters above sea level. Al Hasakah has a population of 81,539 making it the biggest city in Al-Hasakah. It operates on the EEST time zone.
Historical, Cultural facts & Religion
The city was developed throughout the ’20s and ’30s, with the help of French troops, who were stationed in the area. By 1942, there were 7,835 inhabitants in the area. By the early 1950s, Al Hasakah became the administrative capital of the region. The inhabitants of the al-Hasakah governorate are composed of different ethnic and cultural groups, the larger groups being Arabs and Kurds in addition to a significantly large number of Assyrians and a smaller number of Armenians. Consequently, the border areas in al-Hasakah Governorate started to have a Kurdish majority, while Arabs remained the majority in river plains and elsewhere. In 1939, French mandate authorities reported the following population numbers for the different ethnic and religious groups in al-Hasakah city centre.
Brief City History
Al-Ḥasakah also spelled Hassaka, or Hasakeh, town, north-eastern Syria. The town lies on the banks of the Khābūr River (a tributary of the Euphrates) at its confluence with the Jaghjaghah. Under the Ottoman Empire, it lost its importance, but it revived with the settlement thereof Assyrian refugees from Iraq during the French mandate of Syria after 1932. Now an important road junction near the Turkish and Iraqi frontiers, Al-Ḥasakah is the centre of an extensive irrigated-farming region. The basin of the Khābūr River, in which Al-Ḥasakah is situated, is the country’s main wheat- and rice-producing region and, with improved irrigation, an important cotton-growing area. The completion of the Ṭabaqah Dam in 1973 with its hydroelectric plant provided for the electrification of villages in the area as well as increased power for industry. In the 1950s petroleum was discovered in the area northeast of Al-Ḥasakah. The oil is piped to Homs for refining and to the Mediterranean port of Ṭarṭūs for export. Pop. (2004 est.) 211,300.
Language (s) Written & Spoken
Arabic is the official language of Syria and is the most widely spoken language in the country. Several modern Arabic dialects are used in everyday life, most notably Levantine in the west and Mesopotamian in the northeast.
Important Types of Commerce in Al-Ḥasakah
Important types of industries are petroleum, textiles, food processing, beverages, tobacco, phosphate rock mining, cement, oil seeds crushing, car assembly.
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