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Tarma Province

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Country  Peru
UBIGEO  1207
Area  2,749 km²
Capital  Tarma
Elevation  3,053 m (10,016 ft)
Website  www.munitarma.gob.pe
Region  Junín Region
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The Tarma Province is a Peruvian province, making up one of the nine provinces that conform the Junín Region. To the north it borders with the Junín Province, the east with the Chanchamayo Province, the south with the Jauja Province and the west with the Yauli Province.


Map of Tarma Province, Peru

The region has an area of 2,749.16 square kilometers (1,061.46 sq mi), which represents the 6.2% of the departmental territory. It is located in a position privileged, touristy and economic, halfway between the capital and the high forest, and point of convergence of various routes towards the central forest. The climate is temperate and mild during most of months predominates.


Some of the highest mountains of the province are listed below:


The province is divided into nine districts.

  • Acobamba (Acobamba)
  • Huaricolca (Huaricolca)
  • Huasahuasi (Huasahuasi)
  • La Unión (Leticia)
  • Palca (Palca)
  • Palcamayo (Palcamayo)
  • San Pedro de Cajas (San Pedro de Cajas)
  • Tapo (Tapo)
  • Tarma (Tarma)
  • References

    Tarma Province Wikipedia

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