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Sarine District

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Sarine District (District de la Sarine distʁi(kt) d(ə) la saʁin; District de la Sarena diʃˈtʁi də la ʃaʁˈnɑ; Saanebezirk) is one of the seven districts of the canton of Fribourg in Switzerland. It is largely French-speaking, with a German-speaking minority. Its territory is drained by the Sarine river (which gives it its name), and by its tributary, the Glâne. It has a population of (as of ). Municipalities The district consists of the following twenty-six municipalities, including the cantonal capital Fribourg: Demographics Sarine has a population () of . Most of the population () speaks French (64,341 or 75.3%) as their first language, German is the second most common (12,373 or 14.5%) and Italian is the third (2,008 or 2.3%). There are 80 people who speak Romansh. , the population was 49.5% male and 50.5% female. The population was made up of 35,822 Swiss men (36.8% of the population) and 12,361 (12.7%) non-Swiss men. There were 38,4
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