Pomán Department

Infobox Catamarca
name= Pomán
official name= Departamento Pomán


capital= Saujil
foundation= ?
founder= ?
pop= 9,543 (census-ar|2001)
density= 1.96 Inhabitants/km²
pop change= +27.51% (1991-2001)
resident= pomanense
tel= 03835
post= K5321
coor= coord|28|10|26|S|66|12|41|W
area= 4,859km²
dist1= ?
dist2= 158 km
patron= ?
mayor= Francisco Antonio Gordillo, FJ| web= http://www.camsencat.gov.ar/poman.html
ifam= CAT019

Pomán is a department of Catamarca Province in Argentina.

The provincial subdivision has a population of about 9,500 inhabitants in an area of 4,859km², and its capital city is Saujil, which is located around 158km from the provincial capital.

ettlements:

Saujil

*Saujil
*Colpes
*San José
*Joyango
*San Miguel
*Las Casitas
*Rincón
*Michango
*Siján
*Villages of the field (Tucumanao, and others)

Mutquín

*Mutquín
*Apoyaco

Pomán

*Villa de Pomán
*Rosario de Colana
*Retiro de Colana
*El Pajonal

External links

* [http://www.poman.com.ar Pomán Webpage] (Spanish)


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