Bío Bío Region

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Biobío Region
Geography
Status Region
Capital Concepción
Area
- Total
37 068,7 km²[1]
Population 1,861,562

Biobío Region (Spanish: Octava Región del Biobío) is one of the 15 administrative divisions in Chile. The region is mainly composed by four provinces: Arauco, Biobio, Concepción, and Ñuble Province.

The capital is Concepción and some example of cities are Chillán, Coronel, Hualpén, Los Ángeles, and Talcahuano.

Communes in the Bío Bío Region[change | change source]

  • 1 . Alto Bío Bío
  • 2 . Antuco
  • 3 . Arauco
  • 4 . Bulnes
  • 5 . Cabrero
  • 6 . Cañete
  • 7 . Chiguayante
  • 8 . Chillán
  • 9 . Chillán Viejo
  • 10 . Cobquecura
  • 11 . Coelemu
  • 12 . Coihueco
  • 13 . Concepción
  • 14 . Contulmo
  • 15 . Coronel
  • 16 . Curanilahue
  • 17 . El Carmen
  • 18 . Florida
  • 19 . Hualpén
  • 20 . Hualqui
  • 21 . Laja
  • 22 . Lebu
  • 23 . Los Alamos
  • 24 . Los Angeles
  • 25 . Lota
  • 26 . Mulchén
  • 27 . Nacimiento
  • 28 . Negrete
  • 29 . Ninhue
  • 30 . Ñiquén
  • 31 . Pemuco
  • 32 . Penco
  • 33 . Pinto
  • 34 . Portezuelo
  • 35 . Quilaco
  • 36 . Quilleco
  • 37 . Quillón
  • 38 . Quirihue
  • 39 . Ranquil
  • 40 . San Carlos
  • 41 . San Fabián
  • 42 . San Ignacio
  • 43 . San Nicolás
  • 44 . San Pedro
  • 45 . San Rosendo
  • 46 . Santa Bárbara
  • 47 . Santa Juana
  • 48 . Talcahuano
  • 49 . Tirúa
  • 50 . Tomé
  • 51 . Trehuaco
  • 52 . Tucapel
  • 53 . Yumbel
  • 54 . Yungay

Sources[change | change source]

  1. Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas, División Político Administrativa y Censal 2007, Retrieved 2014-01-20 (PDF) (Spanish)

Other websites[change | change source]

Coordinates: 36°46′22″S 73°03′47″W / 36.7728°S 73.0631°W / -36.7728; -73.0631