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Gran Asunción

Gran Asunción
Greater Asunción
Skyline of Gran Asunción
Location of Gran Asunción
Country

 Paraguay


Major Cities Asunción
San Lorenzo
Luque
Capiatá
Lambaré
Area
 • Metro 1,014 km2 (392 sq mi)
Population (Population Census of Paraguay 2008)
 • Metro 2,698,401
 • Metro density 2,582.2/km2 (6,688/sq mi)

Greater Asunción (Gran Asunción in Spanish), is the metropolitan area of the capital city of Paraguay, Asunción.

Consists in 12 cities: Asunción, the capital, and some of the surrounding cities such as San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Ñemby, Villa Elisa and San Antonio.

The metropolitan area has more than 2.5 million inhabitants. One of three Paraguayans live in the metropolitan area.


List of cities in Greater Asunción

City Area Population
In Orange, cities part of the Greater Asunción.
In green, the rest of the central departament.
1-Asunción 117 km² 544,309 hab
2-Capiatá 83 km² 246,998 hab
3-Luque 203 km² 321,662 hab
4-San Lorenzo 91 km² 380,878 hab
5-Limpio 117 km² 201,245 hab
6-Ñemby 40 km² 192,224 hab
7-Lambaré 37 km² 151,484 hab
8-San Antonio 26 km² 60,382 hab
9-Fernando de la Mora 21 km² 143,524 hab
10-Villa Elisa 122 km² 106,943 hab
11-Mariano Roque Alonso 50 km² 100,031 hab
12-Itauguá (*) 122 km² 148,721 hab
Total 1,014 km² 2,698,401 hab

(*): Itauguá is not formally part of the "Greater Asuncion" (2002 census), but due to the increase in urban population the last years, is included in the table.

Conurbation

The black spot indicates the conurbation in the central departament. The population of the conurbation "asunceno" around 3 million people.


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