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Montevideo Depairtment

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Montevideo Depairtment
Coat of airms o Montevideo Depairtment
Coat airms
Kintra Uruguay
Caipital o DepairtmentMontevideo (km.0)
 • IntendantAna Olivera
 • Rulin pairtyFrente Amplio
 • Total530 km2 (200 sq mi)
 (2011 census)
 • Total1,319,108
 • Density2,500/km2 (6,400/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC-3 (UYT)
ISO 3166 codeUY-MO

Montevideo is a depairtment (departamento) o Uruguay. It is bi far the smawest ane in aurie, an the maist populatit as well. It contains the ceety o Montevideo, caipital o Uruguay. While maist o the depairtment is covered bi the caipital ceety, thare are still smawer touns athin its limits, e.g. Santiago Vázquez near the border wi San José, which serve maistly as satellite touns, an hae still no merged wi the rest o the ceety.

Population an Demografics

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As o the census o 2004, there wur 1,325,968 fowk[1] an 456,587 hoosehaulds in the depairtment. The average hoosehauld size wis 2.9. For ivery 100 females, there wur 87.4 males.[2]

  • Population growth rate: 0.047% (2004)
  • Birth Rate: 14.40 births/1,000 fowk (2004)
  • Daith Rate: 10.35 daiths/1,000 fowk
  • Average age: 33.8 (31.2 Males, 36.5 Females)
  • Life Expectancy at Birth (2004):
    • Total population: 75.28 year
    • Male: 71.28 year
    • Female: 79.44 year
  • Average Family Size: 1.91 childer/wumman
  • Urban per caipita income (ceeties o 5,000 inhabitants or mair): 19,858.7 pesos/month (29,860.1 pesos/month at 2011. GDP (PPP) per capita USD 17,916 at 2011).

Main Urban Centres

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Population statit as per 2004 census.

Ceety / Toun Population
Montevideo 1,269,552
Pajas Blancas 1,976
Santiago Vázquez 1,482
Abayubá 924

Rural population

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Accordin tae the 2004 census, Montevideo depairtment haes an additional rural poulation o 52,034.


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  1. "Archived copy". Archived frae the original on 3 December 2011. Retrieved 29 August 2011.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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