|Coordinates (Douma): Coordinates:|
|• Total||19,875.92 km2 (7,674.14 sq mi)|
|• Density||22/km2 (57/sq mi)|
Douma District (Arabic: منطقة دوما, romanized: manṭiqat Dūmā) is a district of the Rif Dimashq Governorate in southern Syria.
The second largest district of Syria following Tadmur, it stretches from the northeastern outskirts of Metropolitan Damascus to the Jordanian border, covering large swaths of the sparsely inhabited Syrian Desert. The administrative centre is the city of Douma, located just some 10 km (6 mi) to the northeast of Damascus.
At the 2004 census, the district had a population of 433,719.
The district of Douma is divided into seven sub-districts or nawāḥī (population as of 2004[update]):
|SY030200||Douma Subdistrict||208.73 km²||181,934|
|SY030201||Harasta Subdistrict||25.64 km²||88,816|
|SY030202||Al-Sabe' Biyar Subdistrict||12,919.39 km²||395|
|SY030203||Al-Dumayr Subdistrict||5,929.58 km²||26,192|
|SY030204||Al-Nashabiyah Subdistrict||277.76 km²||76,814|
|SY030205||Al-Ghizlaniyah Subdistrict||388.02 km²||36,715|
|SY030206||Harran al-Awamid Subdistrict||126.80 km²||22,853|