Huancabamba Province

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Huancabamba Province
Location of the province in the Piura region
Location of the province in the Piura region
Basic data
Country Peru
region Piura
Seat Huancabamba
surface 4,254.1 km²
Residents 111,501 (2017)
density 26 inhabitants per km²
founding January 14, 1865
ISO 3166-2 PE-PIU
Website (Spanish)
Alcalde Provincial Ismael Huayama Neira
Political party Partido Democracia Directa
Vista panoramica - panoramio (2) .jpg

Coordinates: 5 ° 31 ′  S , 79 ° 32 ′  W

The province of Huancabamba is one of eight provinces that make up the Piura region in northwestern Peru . The province covers an area of ​​4,254.14 km². The 2017 census counted 111,501 inhabitants in the province. In 1993 the population was 117,459, in 2007 124,298.

Geographical location

The province of Huancabamba is located in the western Andean chain. The province of Huancabamba borders Ecuador to the north, the Cajamarca region to the east, the Lambayeque region to the south and the Morropón and Ayabaca provinces to the south . The capital of the province is Huancabamba .

Administrative division

The province of Huancabamba is divided into 8 districts. The Huancabamba district is the seat of the provincial administration.

District Administrative headquarters
Canchaque Canchaque
El Carmen de la Frontera Sapalache
Huancabamba Huancabamba
Huarmaca Huarmaca
Lalaquiz Tunal
San Miguel de El Faique San Miguel de El Faique
Sóndor Sóndor
Sondorillo Sondorillo

Individual evidence

  1. ^ A b Peru: Piura Region, Provinces and Districts . Retrieved December 7, 2019.

Web links

Commons : Huancabamba Province  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files