Kusapín

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Kusapín (Kingsville)
Kusapín (Kingsville) is located in Panama
Kusapín (Kingsville)
Kusapín (Kingsville)
Coordinates: 9°10′48″N 81°53′24″W / 9.18000°N 81.89000°W / 9.18000; -81.89000Coordinates: 9°10′48″N 81°53′24″W / 9.18000°N 81.89000°W / 9.18000; -81.89000
CountryPanama
ProvinceNgöbe Buglé
Population
 (2010)
 • Total33,121 hab.

Kusapín (Saborikäte ) is a district of the county Panamanian indigenous Ngabe Bugle. Its capital is the town of Kusapín.[1] It has an area of 1,693.2 km2 (653.7 sq mi) and a population of 33,121 inhabitants according to 2010 census data.[2] The district's population is predominantly ethnic Ngobe Bugle.

Kusapin view from one of its beautiful hills

Political division[edit]

The district includes the communities of Kusapín, Blue Bay, Santa Catalina, Yucca Loma, Rio Chiriquí, Tobabe and Llano Bonito.

History[edit]

The district is created Kusapín from Law 10 of March 1997. Next to the district Kankintú, is part of the region in Ñokribu Ngobe Bugle.

Getting there?[edit]

Being located in the coastal regions of the province of Bocas del Toro, is necessary to travel by boat. These depart daily at 6:00 am and arrive at the port of Chiriqui Grande from 8 to 9 am, depending on weather conditions. Leaving the port to Kusapín at 11:00 am, drivers reliable as Rutilio Mr. Trotman, Roger Hooker, Chalito, Yimmi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Panama. Dirección de Estadística y Censo (2003). "Panamá en cifras". Panamá en Cifras. La Dirección. ISSN 0078-8996. Retrieved 2014-12-06.
  2. ^ "Censos Nacionales 2010 - Resultados Finales Básicos". Archived from the original on 2011-03-07. Retrieved 2011-03-20.

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