مقاطعة أنتريم

(تم التحويل من County Antrim)
مقاطعة أنتريم
County Antrim

Contae Aontroma
Coontie Antrìm / Countie Antrim
Coat of arms of مقاطعة أنتريم County Antrim
Coat of arms
الشعار الحادي: 
Per angusta ad augusta  (باللاتينية)
"عبر المحن إلى الانتصارات"
Location of مقاطعة أنتريم County Antrim
البلدأيرلندا الشمالية
منطقةأنتريم
Provinceألستر
بلدة المقاطعةأنتريم
المساحة
 • الإجمالية3٬046 كم² (1٬176 ميل²)
ترتيب المساحةالتاسعة
التعداد(تقدير 2011)618٬108
 • الترتيبالثانية[بحاجة لمصدر]
Contae Aontroma هو الاسم الأيرلندي؛ Coontie Antrìm,[1] Countie Antrim,[2] Coontie Anthrim[3] and Coonty Entrim[4] هم أسماء ألستر-سكوت.

أنتريم County Antrim هي إحدى مقاطعات أيرلندا الشمالية الستة، وتقع في شمال شرق جزيرة أيرلندا.

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الجغرافيا

The famed Glens of Antrim at Glendun
Fair Head seen from Ballycastle
Columnar basalt at Giant's Causeway
Lisburn railway station
Larne Harbour



الادارة

The traditional county town is Antrim. More recently, Ballymena was the seat of county government. The counties of Northern Ireland ceased to be administrative entities in 1973, with the reorganization of local government.

In Northern Ireland the county structure is no longer used in local government. Northern Ireland is split into districts. The majority of County Antrim residents are administered by the following nine councils:

Small portions of the county are administered by councils that are based in neighbouring counties, notably the village of Aghagallon in the Craigavon Borough and the town of Portrush in the Coleraine Borough.

The county contains all of five parliamentary constituencies:

Parts of the following constituencies are also in County Antrim:

المستوطنات

Ballycastle
Carnlough

المدن

(population of 75,000 or more with a cathedral)

البلدات الكبيرة

(population of 18,000 or more and under 75,000 at 2001 Census)[5]

البلدات المتوسطة

(population of 10,000 or more and under 18,000 at 2001 Census)[5]

  • none


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البلدات الصغيرة

(population of 4,500 or more and under 10,000 at 2001 Census)[5]

Intermediate settlements

(population of 2,250 or more and under 4,500 at 2001 Census)[5]

Villages

(population of 1,000 or more and under 2,250 at 2001 Census)[5]

Small villages or hamlets

(population of less than 1,000 at 2001 Census)[5]

التقسيمات

البارونيات

* Antrim Lower * Cary * Kilconway
* Antrim Upper * Dunluce Lower * Massereene Lower
* Belfast Lower * Dunluce Upper * Massereene Upper
* Belfast Upper * Glenarm Lower * Toome Lower
* Carrickfergus * Glenarm Upper * Toome Upper

الأسقفيات

Townlands


التاريخ

Royal Avenue, Belfast. Photochrom print circa 1890–1900.


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Historic monuments

Dunluce Castle.
Carrickferrgus Castle (1177)


Saint Patrick

Slemish, about eight miles (13 km) east of Ballymena, is notable as being the scene of St Patrick's early life. According to tradition Saint Patrick was a slave for seven years, near the hill of Slemish, until he escaped back to Great Britain.

Linen

Linen manufacturing was previously an important industry in the County. At the time Ireland produced a large amount of flax. Cotton-spinning by jennies was first introduced to Belfast by industrialists Robert Joy and Thomas M'Cabe in 1777; and twenty-three years later it was estimated that more than 27,000 people were employed in the industry within ten miles (16 km) of Belfast. Women were employed in the working of patterns on muslin.


انظر أيضاً

الهامش

  1. ^ Bonamargy Friary Guide Department of the Environment.
  2. ^ North-South Ministerial Council: 2004 Annual Report in Ulster Scots
  3. ^ 2008 annual report in Ulster-Scots Tourism Ireland.
  4. ^ The Ulster-Scot, June 2011 Charlie 'Tha Poocher' Rennals.
  5. ^ أ ب ت ث ج ح "Statistical classification of settlements". NI Neighbourhood Information Service. Retrieved 23 February 2009.

روابط إضافية


قالب:County Antrim قالب:Counties and cities of Northern Ireland قالب:Geology of Northern Ireland