Cyprinaea County

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Cyprinaea County
Județul Ciprineea (ro)
(eg)
Kıbrınaya İlçe (tr)
County
Cyprinaean coast near Gâleș
Coat of arms
Coat of arms
CountryFlag of Antharia.png Antharia
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Ethnic Groups
(2011)
43% Eganian
35% Romanish
26% Turquese
DemonymCyprinaean (in)
ciprinéean, ciprinéeancă (ro)
Government
 • President of the County BoardHoria Vergu
Area
 • Total1,537 km2
Population
 • Estimate (2011)Increase 684,800
Websitehttp://www.cjc.an
Cyprinaea (Romanish: Ciprineea [tʃipri'ne.e̯a]; Eganian: ; Turquese: Kıbrınaya) is an Antharian county (județ) on the border with Niscavo, in the Cadrilather province. Its capital city is Geanina.

Demographics

In 2011, it had a population of around 684,800. The degree of urbanization is much lower (about 80%) than the Antharian average. In recent years the population trend has been:

Year County population
1911 311,062
1919 Increase 369,940
1928 Decrease 305,720
1934 Decrease 278,883
1946 Increase 392,177
1973 Increase 462,038
1982 Increase 529,452
1994 Increase 579,538
2005 Increase 626,028
2011 Increase 684,800

The majority of the population is Eganian and Romanish. There is an important community of Turquese people. Currently the region is the centre of the Muslim minority in Antharia. A great number of Aromanies have migrated to Cyprinaea in the last century, and they consider themselves a cultural minority rather than an ethnic minority.

Ethnicity 1880 1946 2011
All 231,030 392,177 684,800
Eganian 149,573 (65%) 120,745 (30%) 294,128 (43%)
Romanish 37,529 (16%) 129,538 (33%) 239,483 (35%)
Turquese 57,629 (25%) 74,054 (19%) 164,165 (24%)
Aromanish 1,594 3,732 7,562
Surian 6,943 4,392 5,011
Castellanese N/A 459 2,539
Ispelian <1,000 N/A 1,249

Tourism

Gâleș Beach

The Cyprinaean Riviera along the Iviran Coast is a well known destination for summer holidays in Antharia. The resorts are, from East to West:

Also worth visiting are:

Akâșla Old Town
  • Historical buildings
Great Castellanese Temple, Anifora