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Esteban Arce Province

Esteban Arce Province
San José church in Esteban Arce square (Moko Pata), Tarata
Location of Esteban Arce Province within Bolivia
General Data
Country Bolivia
Departament Cochabamba Department
Capital Tarata
Municipalities 4
Cantons 15
Area 1,245 km²
Elevation 2,750 m
Population 31,997 (2001)
Density 25.7 inhabitants/km² (2001)
Sub-prefect
Languages Quechua, Spanish
ISO 3166-2 BO.CB.EA
Cochabamba Department

Esteban Arce is a province in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its capital is Tarata.

Contents

  • Subdivision 1
  • Places of interest 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Subdivision

Political map of Esteban Arce Province

The province is divided into four municipalities which are further subdivided into cantons. The municipalities with their seats are:

Section Municipality Seat
1st Tarata Municipality Tarata
2nd Anzaldo Municipality Anzaldo
3rd Arbieto Municipality Arbieto
4th Sacabamba Municipality Sacabamba
Traditional sausages (chorizos) from Tarata

Places of interest

See also

External links

  • Map of Esteban Arce Province
  • www.ine.gov.bo



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