San Borja, Bolivie

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San Borja
Toun
San Borja, Bolivia aerial.jpg
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Coordinates: 14°51′30″S 66°44′51″W / 14.85833°S 66.74750°W / -14.85833; -66.74750Coordinates: 14°51′30″S 66°44′51″W / 14.85833°S 66.74750°W / -14.85833; -66.74750
KintraFlag of Bolivia.svg Bolivie
DepairtmentFlag of Beni.svg Beni Depairtment
ProvinceJosé Ballivián Province
MunicipalitySan Borja Municipality
CantonSan Borja Canton
Elevation
197 m (646 ft)
Population
 (2012)[1]
 • Total24,610
Area code(s)+591 3895
San Borja airport

San Borja is a toun in the Beni Depairtment in northren Bolivie.

Location[eedit | eedit soorce]

San Borja is the seat o the San Borja Municipality, the seicont municipal section o the José Ballivián Province.[2] The toun is locatit at an elevation o 197 m on the left bank o Río Maniqui, a tributar o Río Rapulo which flows intae Río Mamoré.

Transport[eedit | eedit soorce]

Bi road, San Borja is situatit 230 km wast o the depairtment's caipital, Trinidad.
San Borja is connectit towards the soothwast wi Yucumo situatit on the road an a bus route La Paz - Yolosa/Coroico - Caranavi - Rurrenabaque. Yucumo is haufwey atween Caranavi an Rurrenabaque. Towards the east o San Borja Route 3 leads tae San Ignacio de Moxos an farther tae Trinidad, the caipital o the Beni Depairtment.

The airport o San Borja haes regular services frae twa airlines: Línea Aérea Amaszonas an TAM - Transporte Aéreo Militar (the Bolivie Militar Airline)

Population[eedit | eedit soorce]

The toun's population haes increased strangly ower the past three decades:

  • 1976: 4,613 inhabitants (census)[3]
  • 1992: 11,072 inhabitants (census)[4]
  • 2001: 16,273 inhabitants (census)[5]
  • 2010: 24,610 inhabitants (est.)[6]

In spite o heich migration figurs ower the past decades, the toun still haes a noteworthy percentage o indigenous population; 17.7 percent o the San Borja Municipality population speak local indigenous leids.[7]

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