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Cercado Province (Beni)

Cercado
Province
Map of Bolivia highlighting the province of Cercado.
Map of Bolivia highlighting the province of Cercado.
Provinces of the Beni Department
Provinces of the Beni Department
Country  Bolivia
Departament Beni
Settlements
Area
 • Total 14,122 sq mi (12,276 km2)
Population (2001)[1]
 • Total 82,653
 • Density 17/sq mi (6.7/km2)
Time zone GMT -4 (UTC-4)

Cercado is a province located in northwestern Bolivia in Beni Department. It has an area of 12,276 km ² with a population estimated by the National Institute of Statistics of Bolivia for 2006 of 94,221 and a density of 7.67 people / km ². Its capital is the city of Trinidad..

Subdivision

Cercado Province is divided into two municipalities which are partly further subdivided into cantons.

Section Municipality Inhabitants (2001) Seat Inhabitants (2001)
1st Trinidad Municipality 79,963 Trinidad 75,540
2nd San Javier Municipality 2,690 San Javier 199

References

  1. ^ www.ine.gov.bo - Instituto Nacional de Estadística de Bolivia (Spanish)



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