Fianarantsoa Province

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Fianarantsoa
Province
Map of Madagascar with Fianarantsoa highlighted
Map of Madagascar with Fianarantsoa highlighted
Coordinates (Capital): 21°30′S 47°0′E / 21.500°S 47.000°E / -21.500; 47.000Coordinates: 21°30′S 47°0′E / 21.500°S 47.000°E / -21.500; 47.000
Country Madagascar
Capital Fianarantsoa
Area
 • Total 103,272 km2 (39,874 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 • Total 3,366,291
 • Density 33/km2 (84/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+3

Fianarantsoa is a former province of Madagascar.

  • Area: 103,272 km2.
  • Population of 3,366,291 (July, 2001 estimate).
  • Capital: Fianarantsoa.
  • President: Fidy Mpanjato Rakotonarivo (since 2005).

One of its towns was Andohapatsakana. The province was home to four major national parks: Ranomafana National Park, Midongy Du Sud, Isalo National Park, and Andringitra.

It was frequently referred to in its abbreviated form of "Fianar".

Fianarantsoa Province bordered the following provinces:

Administrative divisions[edit]

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Towns[edit]

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