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Districts of Paraguay

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politics and government of

The departments of Paraguay are divided into districts (distritos).

List of districts

List of 160 of the 247 districts of Paraguay, showing the population (2002 census) and the department.

District Population Department
Abaí 26,175 Caazapá
Alto Verá 13,799 Itapúa
Antequera 3,426 San Pedro
Areguá 44,566 Central
Asunción 512,112 Capital District
Ayolas 15,219 Misiones
Azotey (*) Concepción
Bahía Negra (*) Alto Paraguay
Belén 9,112 Concepción
Bella Vista Norte 9,611 Amambay
Bella Vista Sur 9,193 Itapúa
Benjamín Aceval 13,309 Presidente Hayes
Buena Vista 5,340 Caazapá
Caaguazú 98,136 Caaguazú
Caazapá 22,372 Caazapá
Cambyretá 9,193 Itapúa
Carayaó 13,234 Caaguazú
Carmelo Peralta (*) Alto Paraguay
Capiatá 154,274 Central
Capiibary 25,841 San Pedro
Capitán Bado 17,117 Amambay
Capitán Meza 9,193 Itapúa
Capitán Miranda 9,193 Itapúa
Carlos Antonio López 17,622 Itapúa
Carmen del Paraná 9,193 Itapúa
Choré 36,019 San Pedro
Ciudad del Este 222,274 Alto Paraná
Yguazú 8,748 Alto Paraná
Concepción 73,210 Concepción
Coronel Bogado 17,065 Itapúa
Coronel Oviedo 84,103 Caaguazú
Doctor Cecilio Báez 6,173 Caaguazú
Doctor Eulogio Estigarribia 24,634 Caaguazú
Doctor Juan León Mallorquín 16,243 Alto Paraná
Doctor Juan Manuel Frutos 19,128 Caaguazú
Doctor Moisés Bertoni 4,616 Caazapá
Domingo Martínez de Irala 6,734 Alto Paraná
Edelira 22,287 Itapúa
Encarnación 93,497 Itapúa
Fernando de la Mora 113,560 Central
Filadelfia (*) Boquerón
Fram 6,923 Itapúa
Fuerte Olimpo 5,029 Alto Paraguay
Fulgencio Yegros 5,958 Caazapá
General Artigas 11,042 Itapúa
General Bruguez (*) Presidente Hayes
General Delgado 6,611 Itapúa
General Elizardo Aquino 21,607 San Pedro
General Higinio Morínigo 5,499 Caazapá
General Isidoro Resquín 22,350 San Pedro
Guarambaré 16,687 Central
Guayaibí 31,359 San Pedro
Hernandarias 63,248 Alto Paraná
Hohenau 9,685 Itapúa
Horqueta 52,573 Concepción
Iruña 4,710 Alto Paraná
Itá 50,391 Central
Itacurubí del Rosario 11,083 San Pedro
Itakyry 23,765 Alto Paraná
Itauguá 60,601 Central
Itapúa Poty 14,642 Itapúa
Jesús 5,560 Itapúa
José Domingo Ocampos 9,198 Caaguazú
José Falcón 3,189 Presidente Hayes
Juan Augusto Saldívar 37,374 Central
Juan Emilio O'Leary 16,367 Alto Paraná
Karapaí (*) Amambay
La Pastora 4,440 Caaguazú
La Paz 3,076 Itapúa
Lambaré 119,795 Central
Leandro Oviedo 4,353 Itapúa
Liberación (*) San Pedro
Lima 10,390 San Pedro
Limpio 73,158 Central
Loma Plata (*) Boquerón
Loreto 15,731 Concepción
Los Cedrales 9,003 Alto Paraná
Luque 185,127 Central
Maciel 3,957 Caazapá
Mariano Roque Alonso 65,229 Central
Mariscal Francisco Solano López 7,330 Caaguazú
Mariscal Estigarribia 41,106 Boquerón
Mayor Otaño 12,157 Itapúa
Mbaracayú 8,337 Alto Paraná
Minga Guazú 48,006 Alto Paraná
Minga Porá 11,180 Alto Paraná
Nanawa (Puerto Elsa) 4,830 Presidente Hayes
Naranjal 11,921 Alto Paraná
Natalio 19,456 Itapúa
Nueva Alborada 9,193 Itapúa
Nueva Germania 4,202 San Pedro
Nueva Italia 8,525 Central
Nueva Londres 4,110 Caaguazú
Ñacunday 8,403 Alto Paraná
Ñemby 71,909 Central
Obligado 11,441 Itapúa
Paso Barreto (*) Concepción
Pedro Juan Caballero 88,189 Amambay
Pirapó 6,754 Itapúa
Presidente Franco 52,826 Alto Paraná
Puerto Casado 6,558 Alto Paraguay
Puerto Pinasco 3,948 Presidente Hayes
Raúl Arsenio Oviedo 27,734 Caaguazú
Repatriación 29,503 Caaguazú
R. I. Tres Corrales 7,666 Caaguazú
San Alberto 11,523 Alto Paraná
San Alfredo (*) Concepción
San Antonio 37,795 Central
San Carlos 2,174 Concepción
San Cosme y Damián 7,322 Itapúa
San Cristóbal 7,670 Alto Paraná
San Estanislao 49,249 San Pedro
San Ignacio 24,003 Misiones
San Joaquín 14,930 Caaguazú
San José de los Arroyos 15,299 Caaguazú
San Juan Bautista 16,563 Misiones
San Juan del Paraná 7,091 Itapúa
San Juan Nepomuceno 24,243 Caazapá
San Lázaro 9,060 Concepción
San Lorenzo 204,356 Central
San Miguel 5,253 Misiones
San Pablo 3,645 San Pedro
San Patricio 3,570 Misiones
San Pedro del Paraná 28,598 Itapúa
San Pedro del Ycuamandiyú 29,097 San Pedro
San Rafael del Paraná 20,434 Itapúa
Santa Fe del Paraná (*) Alto Paraná
Santa María 7,385 Misiones
Santa Rita 16,427 Alto Paraná
Santa Rosa de Lima 17,612 Misiones
Santa Rosa del Aguaray 20,473 San Pedro
Sargento José Félix López (*) Concepción
Santa Rosa del Mbutuy 10,989 Caaguazú
Santa Rosa del Monday 11,287 Alto Paraná
Santiago 6,751 Misiones
Simón Bolívar 4,938 Caaguazú
Tacuatí 11,301 San Pedro
Tavaí 13,354 Caazapá
Tembiaporá (*) Caaguazú
Teniente Esteban Martínez (*) Presidente Hayes
Teniente Irala Fernández (*) Presidente Hayes
Tomás Romero Pereira 27,239 Itapúa
Tres de Febrero 8,818 Caaguazú
Trinidad 6,873 Itapúa
Unión 5,406 San Pedro
Vaquería 10,257 Caaguazú
Veinticinco de Diciembre 9,147 San Pedro
Villa Elisa 53,166 Central
Villa Hayes 57,217 Presidente Hayes
Villeta 22,429 Central
Ypacaraí 18,530 Central
Ypané 25,421 Central
Villa del Rosario 11,623 San Pedro
Villa Florida 2,576 Misiones
Yabebyry 2,851 Misiones
Yataity del Norte 12,480 San Pedro
Yatytay 11,415 Itapúa
Yby Yaú 19,764 Concepción
Yhú 34,737 Caaguazú
Yrybucuá (*) San Pedro
Yuty 28,003 Caazapá
Zanja Pytá (*) Amambay

(*) This district was created after the 2002 Census.

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