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Populated centers of Peru

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Populated centers of Peru

Administrative divisions of Peru
Regional level


Local level


Populated centres
(centros poblados)

The populated centers of Peru, known in Spanish as centros poblados (CC.PP.), are the fourth-level administrative subdivisions of the country. They are subdivisions of the districts, which in turn are subdivisions of provinces, which in turn are subdivisions of the regions.

See also


  • (Spanish) Banco de InformaciĆ³n Distrital from the National Informatics and Statistics Institute INEI. Retrieved May 25, 2008.

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