Provinces of Panama

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A map of Panama, showing its ten provinces and five provincial-level comarcas indígenas (indigenous regions).

Panama is divided into ten provinces (Spanish: provincias) and three provincial-level indigenous regions (Spanish: comarcas indígenas, often foreshortened to comarcas). There are two further comarcas within provinces that are considered equivalent to a corregimiento (municipality). In 2010 it was said that Resume might become province number 10 but it has not yet been declared a province.


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Province Capital Area (km2) Population
(2010 census)
Bocas del Toro Bocas del Toro 4,657.2 125,461 Flag of Bocas del Toro province.svg
Chiriquí David 6,490.9 416,873 Flag of Chiriqui province.svg
Coclé Penonomé 4,949.6 233,708 Flag of Cocle province.svg
Colón Colón 4,575.5 241,928 Flag of Colón province.svg
Darién La Palma 11,892.5 48,378 Flag of the Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies.svg
Herrera Chitré 2,362.0 109,955 Flag of Herrera province.svg
Los Santos Las Tablas 3,809.4 89,592 Bandera de Azuero 1821.svg
Panamá Panama City 9,166.4 1,410,175 Bandera de la ciudad de Panama.svg
Veraguas Santiago de Veraguas 10,587.5 226,991 Flag of Veraguas province.svg
Panamá Oeste La Chorrera 2,786.1 464,038 Flag of La Chorrera.svg


Comarca Capital Area (km2) Population
(2010 census)
Emberá Union Choco 4.393.9 10,001 Flag of Embera-Wounaan.png
Guna Yala El Porvenir 2,358.2 33,109 Flag of Guna Yala.svg
Ngäbe-Buglé Comarca Chichica 6,814.2 156,747 Flag of Ngobe Bugle.svg


Comarca Province Area (km2) Population
(2010 census)
Kuna de Madugandí Panamá 2318,8 4,350
Kuna de Wargandí Darién 755 809 Flag of Guna de Wargandi.svg

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