Provinces of Chile

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Provinces of Chile

A province is the second largest administrative division in Chile, after a region. Each region is divided in provinces. Chile has 54 provinces in total. Each province is ruled by a governor (gobernador) designated by the president. The provinces are also divided into communes which are ruled by a municipality.

List of provinces by region[change | change source]

XV - Region of Arica and Parinacota[change | change source]

I - Region of Tarapacá[change | change source]

II - Region of Antofagasta[change | change source]

III - Region of Atacama[change | change source]

IV - Region of Coquimbo[change | change source]

V - Region of Valparaíso[change | change source]

VI - Region of O'Higgins[change | change source]

VII - Region of Maule[change | change source]

VIII - Region of Biobío[change | change source]

IX - Region of Araucanía[change | change source]

XIV - Region of Los Ríos[change | change source]

X - Region of Los Lagos[change | change source]

XI - Region of Aisén[change | change source]

XII - Region of Magallanes and the Chilean Antarctic[change | change source]

RM - Metropolitan Region of Santiago[change | change source]

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