Diguillín Province

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Diguillín Province

Provincia de Diguillín
Provincia de Diguillin.svg
Location in the Ñuble Region
Country Chile
Region Ñuble
Capital Bulnes
Communes List of 9
Government
   Governor Paola Becker Villa (National Renewal)
Area
  Total5,229.3 km2 (2,019.0 sq mi)
Population
 (2017)
  Total319,809
  Density61.42/km2 (159.1/sq mi)
Time zone UTC−4 (CLT)
  Summer (DST) UTC−3 (CLST)

The Diguillín Province is the biggest of the three provinces of the Ñuble Region. [1]

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