The district of Gorgor is located in the southeast of the province of Cajatambo (marked in red)
|density||5.4 inhabitants per km²|
|founding||January 2, 1857|
|Alcalde District||Hugo Diaz Ortega
The district of Gorgor is located in the province of Cajatambo in the Lima region in western Peru . The district was founded on January 2, 1857. It has an area of 336 km². The 2017 census counted 1,826 inhabitants. In 1993 the population was 1507, in 2007 it was 1826. The district administration is located in the high village of Gorgor with 475 inhabitants (as of 2017). Gorgor is 17 km south-southwest of the provincial capital Cajatambo .
The district of Gorgor is located in the Peruvian Western Cordillera in the southeast of the province of Cajatambo. The Río Gorgor, left tributary of the Río Pativilca , crosses the district in a westerly direction and drains the area. In the east, the district extends to the continental divide .
The Gorgor district borders on the Manás district to the west, the Huancapón district to the north-west, the Cajatambo district to the north, the Oyón district ( Oyón province ) to the east and south-east, and the Andajes and Caujul districts (both in the province of Oyón) and in the southwest to the district of Ámbar ( province of Huaura ).
- Peru: Region Lima (provinces and districts) at www.citypopulation.de