Condorcanqui Province

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Condorcanqui
Flag of Condorcanqui
Flag
Coat of arms of Condorcanqui
Coat of arms
Location of Condorcanqui in the Amazonas Region
Location of Condorcanqui in the Amazonas Region
CountryPeru
RegionAmazonas
CapitalSanta María de Nieva
Government
 • MayorHector Orlando Requejo Longinote
Area
 • Total17,865.39 km2 (6,897.87 sq mi)
Population
 • Total46,925
 • Density2.6/km2 (6.8/sq mi)
UBIGEO0104
Websitewww.municondorcanqui.gob.pe

Condorcanqui is a province of the Amazonas Region, Peru. It was created by law 23832 of May 18, 1984, based on territories of the province of Bagua, covering the basins of the rivers Santiago, Cenepa and Marañon. The province was named in honor to Tupac Amaru II

Its principal route is the fluvial one, it lasts three days of navigation to come to Santa Maria de Nieva, capital of the province, furrowing the waters of the Marañón river.

Political division[edit]

Condorcanqui is divided into three districts, which are:

District Mayor
El Cenepa Manuel Diaz Nashap
Nieva Hector Orlando Requejo Longinote
Río Santiago Segundo Flores Nahuarosa

Places of interest[edit]

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Coordinates: 4°34′59″S 77°54′00″W / 4.58306°S 77.90000°W / -4.58306; -77.90000