- Chingas District
Chingas — District — Country Peru Region Ancash Province Antonio Raymondi Founded February 2, 1956 Capital Chingas Government – Mayor Victor Galindo Vasquez Area – Total 48.95 km2 (18.9 sq mi) Elevation 2,854 m (9,364 ft) Population (2005 census) – Total 2,071 – Density 42.3/km2 (109.6/sq mi) Time zone PET (UTC-5) UBIGEO 020304
It limits with the districts of Aczo, Llamellin and the Province of Huari.
Chingas is one of the most productive valleys of the Alley of Conchucos.
This district was founded the 21 of September 1956. At the moment they have a population of 2,482 Inhabitants, being the density of its population 50,7 inhabitants by square kilometer.
Aija Antonio Raymondi Asunción Bolognesi Carhuaz Carlos Fermín Fitzcarrald Casma Corongo Huaraz Huari Huarmey Huaylas Mariscal Luzuriaga Ocros Pallasca Pomabamba Recuay Santa Sihuas Yungay
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