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Burdett O'Connor Province

Burdett O'Connor
Burdett O'Connor
Province
Location of Burnet O'Connor in Bolivia
Location of Burnet O'Connor in Bolivia
Location of Burnet O'Connor in Tarija
Location of Burnet O'Connor in Tarija
Coordinates:
Country Bolivia
Department Tarija
Capital Entre Ríos
Area
 • Total 6,043 km2 (2,333 sq mi)
Population (2001)[1]
 • Total 19,339
 • Density 3.2/km2 (8.3/sq mi)

Burdett O'Connor[1] is a province in the northern part of Tarija Department in Bolivia.

The province is also known as Burdett O'Connor and is named after Francisco Burdett O'Connor, a chronicler of the South American War of Independence and the making of Tarija.

Contents

  • Location 1
  • Population 2
  • Division 3
  • Places of interest 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Location

Burdett O'Connor province is one of six provinces in the Tarija Department. It is located between 20° 53' and 21° 58' south and between 63° 36' and 64° 26' west.

The province borders Chuquisaca Department in the north, Eustaquio Méndez Province in the north-west, Cercado Province in the west, Aniceto Arce Province in the south-west, and Gran Chaco Province in the south and east.

The province extends over 140 kilometres (87 mi) from north to south, and 100 kilometres (62 mi) from east to west.

Population

The main idiom of the province is Spanish, spoken by 98.4%, while 10.3% of the population speak Guaraní, 1.8 speak Quechua, and 0.3% Aymara.

The population increased from 17,763 inhabitants (1992 census) to 19,339 (2001 census), an increase of 8.9%. - 47.5% of the population are younger than 15 years old.

89.5% of the population have no access to electricity, 84.5% have no sanitary facilities. 
51.6% of the population are employed in agriculture, 14.6% in mining, 7.0% in industry, 26.8% in general services (2001).
89.9% of the population are Catholics, 4.0% are Protestants (1992).

Division

In contrast to the neighbouring provinces, the province comprises only one municipio which is Entre Ríos. It is identical to the Burdett O'Connor Province.

Places of interest

References

  1. ^ a b Burnet O'Connor population data from 2001 Census. Instituto Nacional de Estadistica de Bolivia.

External links

  • Provincia Burnet O'Connor - general map from La Comisión para la Gestión Integral del Agua en Bolivia (CGIAB) (Spanish)
  • Provincia Burnet O'Connor - detailed map from La Comisión para la Gestión Integral del Agua en Bolivia (CGIAB) (Spanish)
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