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Imbabura Province

Imbabura
Province
Province of Imbabura
Mount Imbabura from south-east.
Mount Imbabura from south-east.
Flag of Imbabura
Flag
Official seal of Imbabura
Seal
Imbabura Province in Ecuador
Imbabura Province in Ecuador
Cantons of Imbabura Province
Cantons of Imbabura Province
Country  Ecuador
Capital Ibarra
Government
 • Provincial Prefect Diego García
Area
 • Total 4,587.51 km2 (1,771.25 sq mi)
Population (2010 census)
 • Total 398,244
 • Density 87/km2 (220/sq mi)
Time zone ECT
Vehicle registration I

Imbabura is a province in Ecuador. The capital is Ibarra. The people of the province speak Spanish and the Imbaburan Quechua language.

Imbabura Volcano is located in the province. Best reached from the town of La Esperanza, the 4,609-meter-high mountain can be climbed in a single day.

Contents

  • Cantons 1
  • Demographics 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Cantons

The province is divided into six cantons. The following table lists each with its population at the 2001 census, its area in square kilometres (km²), and the name of the cantonal seat or capital.[1]

Canton Pop. (2001) Area (km²) Seat/Capital
Antonio Ante 36,053 81 Atuntaqui
Cotacachi 37,215 1,726 Cotacachi
Ibarra 153,256 1,093 Ibarra
Otavalo 90,188 500 Otavalo
Pimampiro 12,951 437 Pimampiro
San Miguel de Urcuquí 14,381 779 Urcuquí

Demographics

Ethnic groups as of the Ecuadorian census of 2010:[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Cantons of Ecuador. Statoids.com. Retrieved 4 November 2009.
  2. ^ [2]
Imbabura Volcano photographed in black and white.
  • "Volcán Imbabura" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2006-08-22. 

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