Santa Catalina District

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Santa Catalina District
Basic data
Country Peru
region Amazon
province LuyaTemplate: Infobox administrative unit / maintenance / other
Seat Santa Catalina
surface 126.2 km²
Residents 1888 (2017)
density 15 inhabitants per km²
founding November 7, 1955
ISO 3166-2 PE-AMA
Alcalde District Leoncio Gómez Vela

Coordinates: 6 ° 15 ′  S , 77 ° 58 ′  W

The Santa Catalina district is one of the 23 Peruvian districts that make up the Luya Province . The district has an area of ​​126.21 km². The population was 1888 at the 2017 census.

Geographical location

Santa Catalina borders in the north on the district of San Jerónimo , in the east on the district San Cristóbal , in the south-west on the district Luya Viejo and in the west on the district Conila .

The district was officially established on November 7, 1955. The district administration is located in the village of Santa Catalina . The village festival is celebrated on August 20th.

Villages and homesteads in the Santa Catalina district

  • Santa Catalina
  • Hualac
  • Pinduc
  • Salazar
  • Tambillo
  • San Juan de Providencia
  • Ingenio
  • Tambocucho
  • La Libertad de Huandil
  • Vista Hermosa
  • Mundo Nuevo
  • Auzopata
  • Santa Rosa

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