Ladislao Cabrera Province

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Ladislao Cabrera
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The dormant Tunupa volcano, Ladislao Cabrera Province
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Location of Ladislao Cabrera Province in Bolivia
Coordinates: 19°30′S67°09′W / 19.500°S 67.150°W / -19.500; -67.150 Coordinates: 19°30′S67°09′W / 19.500°S 67.150°W / -19.500; -67.150
Country Bolivia
Department Oruro
Capital Salinas de Garci Mendoza
Area
  Total6,554 km2 (2,531 sq mi)
Population
 (2001)
  Total11,698
  Density1.8/km2 (5/sq mi)
  Ethnicities
Quechua
Languages spoken
   Aymara 90.5%
   Spanish 86.4%
   Quechua 19.7%
Sectors
Time zone UTC-4 (BOT)

Ladislao Cabrera is a province in the southern parts of the Bolivian department of Oruro. It is named after Ladislao Cabrera (1830 – 1921). Its seat is Salinas de Garci Mendoza.

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Location

Ladislao Cabrera is one of sixteen provinces in the Oruro Department. It is located between 19° 02' and 19° 56' South and between 66° 35' and 67° 43' West.

The province borders Sud Carangas Province in the north, Atahuallpa Province in the west, Potosí Department in the south, Eduardo Avaroa Province in the east, and Sebastián Pagador Province in the northeast.

The province extends over 100 km from north to south, and 125 km from east to west.

Population

The main language of the province is Aymara, spoken by 90.5%, while 86.4% of the population speak Spanish and 19.7% Quechua.

The population increased from 7,363 inhabitants (1992 census) to 11,698 (2001 census), an increase of 59%. - 42.5% of the population are younger than 15 years old.

99.9% of the population have no access to electricity, 90.0% have no sanitary facilities.

82.4% of the population are employed in agriculture, 0.1% in mining, 1.8% in industry, 15.7% in general services (2001).

85.4% of the population are Catholics, 10.2% are Protestants (1992).

Division

The province comprises two municipalities which are further subdivided into cantons.

SectionMunicipalitySeat
1st Salinas de Garci Mendoza Municipality Salinas de Garci Mendoza
2nd Pampa Aullagas Municipality Pampa Aullagas

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