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Eyvan County

Eyvan County
شهرستان ایوان

Location of the Eyvan County (red) within Iran with Ilam province depicted in light red.

Coordinates: 33°53′N 46°11′E / 33.883°N 46.183°E / 33.883; 46.183Coordinates: 33°53′N 46°11′E / 33.883°N 46.183°E / 33.883; 46.183

Country  Iran
Province Ilam Province
Capital Eyvan
Bakhsh (Districts) Central District, Zarneh District
Population (2006)
 • Total 47,380
Time zone IRST (UTC+3:30)
 • Summer (DST) IRDT (UTC+4:30)

Eyvan, alternately spelled Eywan or Aivan (Persian: شهرستان ایوان‎, Shahrestān-e Eyvan) is one of the counties of Ilam province in western Iran. Its administrative center is the city of Eyvan. At the 2006 census, the county's population was 47,380, in 10,040 families.[1] As of 2010, the estimated population had grown to 49,002.[2] The county is subdivided into two districts: the Central District and Zarneh District. The county has two cities: Eyvan and Zarneh.

List of cities and villages in the county by population.[3]

Rank City/Village 2006 census 2010
1 Eyvan (ايوان) 27,752 29,591
2 Zarneh (زرنه) 2,909 3,009
3 Sarab (سراب) 1,522 1,574
4 Shahrak-e Nabovat (شهرك نبوت) 1,413 1,461
5 Sartang (سرتنگ) 1,177 1,217
6 Chahar Meleh (چهارمله) 802 829


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