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UBIGEO
Ubigeo is the coding system for geographical sgdstituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática INEI[1]) to code the first-level administrative subdivision: regions (Spanish: regiones, singular: región), the second-level administrative subdivision: provinces (Spanish: provincias, singular: provincia) and the third-level administrative subdivision: districts (Spanish: distritos, singular: distrito).Contents1 Syntax 2 Examples2.1 Regions 2.2 Provinces 2.3 Districts3 Recent additions 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksSyntax[edit] The coding system uses two-digit numbers for each level of subdivision. The first level starts numbering at 01 for the Amazonas Region and continues in alphabetical order up to 25 for the Ucayali Region
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Bongará Province
Bongará is a province of the Amazonas Region, Peru.[1] It borders by the north with Condorcanqui Province, by the East with the San Martín Region and Loreto Region, by the south with Chachapoyas Province and by the west with the provinces of Luya and Utcubamba.[2] It presents a varied geographical configuration. The branches of the Andes cross it from west to east, dividing it in three regions with proper characteristics:A swampy region, humid, that spreads between the narrow valley of the Utcubamba river and the quebrada (cliff) called Panhuaico. It has a cold climate. The zones of Jatunpampa, Kurupampa and Santa Cruz are located in this place. This vast region, because of the nature of its soil that has abundant natural grasslands, is called to be an excellent cattle zone. A region with lots of geographical accidents, stony soils, with high crags which heights fluctuate between 2,000 to 4,000 m
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Luya Province
Luya is located in the south and west part of the department of Amazonas in Peru. Its territory, which partly is ceja de selva, is crossed by branches of the Cordillera Central (namely the Cordillera Blanca) and the Oriental of the Andes, being rasped by deep streams, high pampas and snowed summit
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Spanish Language
The Spanish language
Spanish language
(/ˈspænɪʃ/ ( listen);  Español (help·info)), also called the Castilian language[4] (/kæˈstɪliən/ ( listen),  castellano (help·info)), is a Western Romance language that originated in the Castile region of Spain
Spain
and today has hundreds of millions of native speakers in Latin
Latin
America and Spain. It is usually considered the world's second-most spoken native language, after Mandarin Chinese.[5][6][7][8][9] Spanish is a part of the Ibero-Romance group of languages, which evolved from several dialects of Vulgar Latin
Vulgar Latin
in Iberia after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
in the 5th century
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Administrative Divisions Of Peru
The administrative divisions of Peru
Peru
have changed from time to time, since the nation gained independence from Spain
Spain
in the early 19th century. The old territorial subdivisions have split or merged due to several reasons, the most common ones being the need for decentralization, and population increase, especially in Lima.Contents1 History 2 Districts 3 Current division 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Peru
Peru
was divided into 24 departments (departamentos; singular: departamento) until the creation of the regions in 2002. These regions are governed by Regional Governments. Many people still use the old departamentos term when referring to the current regions of Peru, although it is now obsolete
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Chiliquín District
Chiliquín is one of 21 Peruvian districts that form the Province of Chachapoyas in the Amazon region. Chiliquin is located in the high mountain. Chiliquin offers several attractive places for tourists like ruins and cataracts. There is a church in the center of the village. There is no highway connection to the village.The altarpiece of the church.The anniversary of the foundation of the district is celebrated on May 3
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Rodríguez De Mendoza Province
Rodríguez de Mendoza is a province of the Amazonas Region, Peru. It is located in the southeast part of the department of Amazonas. It borders on the west with the province of Chachapoyas and on the north, east and south with the department of San Martin. It was created by law 7626 on October 31, 1932 and its capital is Mendoza.The spectacled bear in Rodríguez de Mendoza, Perú.The province has an enormous importance because of the fertility of its soils, its benign climate and the big rivers that pass through its territory. Between these rivers we have San Antonio, Aiña, Pachca, Omia and Shocol or Milpuc
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Bagua Province
Bagua is a province of the Amazonas Region in Peru. It is located in the north and central part of the department of Amazonas. Its territory is rugged in all directions. It is also cut by deep gorges that have been formed by the important rivers that cross this province, as well as their numerous tributaries. Bagua's terrain is varied in height, from hills of 400 m. along the banks of the Marañón and Santiago rivers, to up to 2500 m. in the mountain zone of the south. The Marañón river runs from south-west to north-east across the province and is one of the principal rivers in the Peruvian Amazon. The Chiriaco or Imaza river runs from the south to the northeast. The Nieva river runs from southeast to north, and the Utcubamba from the east to the northwest. The city of Bagua is located on a natural plateau rising from the right shore of the Utcubamba river
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Huánuco Region
Huánuco
Huánuco
(Spanish pronunciation: [ˈwanuko]) is a region in central Peru.[1] It is bordered by the La Libertad, San Martín, Loreto and Ucayali regions in the north, the Ucayali Region
Ucayali Region
in the east, the Pasco Region
Pasco Region
in the south and the Lima and Ancash regions in the west. Its capital is the city Huánuco. Huánuco
Huánuco
has a rough topography comprising parts of the Sierra and the High Jungle (mountain rim) regions. Being equidistant from the north and the south of the country, it has the privilege of having a mild weather with an average annual temperature of 20°C (68°F). This region is important for its geographical location, history, and for the richness of its land, where the presence of man goes back to ancient times
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Cosme District
Cosme District is one of eleven districts of the province Churcampa in Peru.[1] See also[edit]Yana UrquReferences[edit]^ (in Spanish) Distrito de Cosme distrito de cosme.comv t eDistricts of Huancavelica Region PeruAcobambaAcobamba Andabamba Anta Caja Marcas Paucará Pomacocha RosarioAngaraesAnchonga Callanmarca Ccochaccasa Chincho Congalla Huanca-Huanca Huayllay Grande Julcamarca Lircay San Antonio de Antaparco Santo Tomás de Pata SeccllaCastrovirreynaArma Aurahua Capillas Castrovirreyna Chupamarca Cocas Huachos Huamatambo Mollepampa San Juan Santa Ana Tantara TicrapoChurcampaAnco Chinchihuasi Churcampa Cosme El Carmen La Merced Lacroja Pachamarca Paucarbamba San Miguel de Mayocc San Pedro de CorisHuancavelicaAcobambilla Acoria Ascensión Conayca Cuenca Huachocolpa Huancavelica Huando Huayllahuara Izcuchaca Laria Manta Mariscal Cáceres Moya Nuevo Occoro Palca Pilchaca Vilca Yauli
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Churcampa Province
The Churcampa Province is a province located in the Huancavelica Region of Peru. It is one of the seven that make up that region
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Huancavelica Region
Huancavelica
Huancavelica
(Spanish pronunciation: [waŋkaβeˈlika]) is a region in Peru
Peru
with an area of 22,131.47 km2 (8,545.01 sq mi) and a population of 454,797 (2007 census). The capital is the city Huancavelica. The region is bordered by Lima Region
Region
and Ica in the west, Junín in the north, and Ayacucho in the east.Contents1 Political division 2 The People2.1 Languages3 Education 4 Health 5 Transportation 6 Notable natives 7 See also 8 Sources 9 External linksPolitical division[edit]This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed
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Bagua District
Bagua District is one of six districts of the province Bagua in Peru.[1] The district was created by law on April 26, 2008.[2] References[edit]^ (in Spanish) Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática. Banco de Información Distrital Archived April 23, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.. Retrieved April 11, 2008. ^ Leyes del Perú. Ley 29218 (in Spanish)
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Manantay District
Manantay District is one of the seven districts of the province Coronel Portillo in Peru.[1] References[edit]^ (in Spanish) Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática. Banco de Información Digital Archived 2008-04-23 at the Wayback Machine.. Retrieved April 9, 2008.v t eDistricts of Ucayali Region PeruAtalayaRaimondi Sepahua Tahuanía YurúaCoronel PortilloCallería Campoverde Iparía Manantay Masisea Nueva Requena YarinacochaPadre AbadCurimaná Irazola Padre AbadPurúsPurúsCoordinates: 8°26′S 74°33′W / 8.433°S 74.550°W / -8.433; -74.550This Ucayali Region geography article is a stub
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Coronel Portillo Province
Coronel Portillo is the second largest of four provinces in the Ucayali Region in Peru. Its capital is Pucallpa. Languages[edit] According to the 2007 census, 92.8% of the population spoke Spanish as their first language, while 0.8% spoke Quechua, 0.5% spoke Asháninka, 0.1% spoke Aymara and 5.7% spoke other indigenous languages. Political division[edit] The province is divided into seven districts (Spanish: distritos, singular: distrito), each of which is headed by a mayor (alcalde)
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INEI
The Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática
Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática
(INEI) ("National Institute of Statistics and Informatics") is a semi-autonomous Peruvian government agency which coordinates, compiles, and evaluates statistical information for the country. Its current director is Renán Quispe Llanos. As stated on its website, the INEI
INEI
eases decision-making with the help of quality statistical information and the use of information technology and thus helps develop the society.Contents1 Censuses 2 Coding systems 3 See also 4 External linksCensuses[edit] The latest census performed by the INEI
INEI
is the 2017 Census, which was conducted from August 22 through November 5 of that year. Its preliminary results will be released to the public in 3 months, and final results in January 2018
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