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Sacabamba Municipality

Sacabamba Municipality
Municipality

Sacabamba River
Sacabamba Municipality
Sacabamba Municipality
Location of the Sacabamba Municipality within Bolivia

Coordinates: 17°46′0″S 65°48′0″W / 17.76667°S 65.80000°W / -17.76667; -65.80000Coordinates: 17°46′0″S 65°48′0″W / 17.76667°S 65.80000°W / -17.76667; -65.80000

Country Department Cochabamba Department
Province Esteban Arce Province
Seat Sacabamba
Government
 • Mayor Alejandro Molina Ojeda (2007)
 • President Gerardo Blanco Rioja (2007)
Area
 • Total 71 sq mi (184 km2)
Population (2001)
 • Total 4,718

Sacabamba Municipality is the fourth municipal section of the Esteban Arce Province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its seat is Sacabamba. At the time of census 2001 the municipality had 4,718 inhabitants.[1]

Cantons

Sacabamba Municipality is divided into five cantons.

Canton Inhabitants (2001)[2] Seat
Sacabamba Canton 1,749 Sacabamba
Apillapa Canton 390 Apillapa
Challaque Canton 403 Challaque
Matarani Canton 1,004 Matarani
Quekoma Canton 1,172 Quekoma

See also

  • Jatun Mayu

References

External links

  • Map of Esteban Arce Province
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