Tocache Province

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Location of the province Tocache in San Martin.PNG
Location of Tocache in the San Martín Region
Country Peru
Region San Martín
Capital Tocache
Area
  Total5,865.44 km2 (2,264.66 sq mi)
Population
  Total98.265
  Density0.017/km2 (0.043/sq mi)
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The Tocache Province is one of 10 provinces of the San Martín Region in northern Peru.

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History

Tocache Province was created by Law Dec 6, 1984, in Fernando Belaúnde's term.

Boundaries

Political division

The province is divided into five districts.

Mayors

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Coordinates: 8°11′20″S76°30′57″W / 8.18889°S 76.51583°W / -8.18889; -76.51583