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Departamento de Antioquia

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Overview

Antioquia is administratively organized as follows in order of importance: - 9 Subregiones, or Subregions, according to Ordinance 34 of 2006:

- 1. "Valle de Aburrá" (Aburra [tribe] Valley)
- 2. "Bajo Cauca" (Lower Cauca [river])
- 3. "Magdalena Medio" (Middle Magdalene [river])
- 4. "Nordeste" (Northeast)
- 5. "Norte" (North)
- 6. "Occidente" (West)
- 7. "Oriente" (East)
- 8. "Suroeste" (Southwest)
- 9. "Urabá" (Uraba [tribe])

- 1 Área Metropolitana or Metropolitan Area according to Ordinance 34 of 1980.

- 2 Distritos or Districts, Medellín as "Distrito Especial de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación" or Special Science, Technology and Innovation District, according to Law 2286 of 2023. Turbo is known as "Distrito Portuario, Logístico, Industrial, Turístico y Comercial" or the Port, Logistics, Industrial, Tourist and Commercial District Law 1883 of 2018.

- 6 Provincias or Provinces, full name "Provincia Administrativa y de Planeación, PAP" or Administrative and Planning Province, APP.

- 1. "Del Agua, Bosques y el Turismo" or "Of Water, Forests and Tourism" according to Ordinance 11 of 2018, made up of Alejandría, Cocorná, Concepción, El Peñol, Granada, Guatapé, Marinilla, San Carlos, San Francisco, San Luis, San Rafael, San Vicente Ferrer.
- 2. "Cartama" according to Ordinance 54 of 2016, made up of Caramanta, Fredonia, Jericó, La Pintada, Montebello, Pueblorrico, Santa Bárbara, Támesis, Tarso, Valparaíso, Venecia.
- 3. "La Paz" or The Peace according to Ordinance 6 of 2018, made up of Argelia, La Unión, Nariño Sonsón.
- 4. "Penderisco y Sinifaná", Ordinance 4 of 2018, made up of Amagá, Angelópolis, Anzá, Betulia, Caicedo, Concordia, Titiribí, Urrao.
- 5. "San Juan" or Saint John, according to Ordinance 5 of 2018, made up of Andes, Betania, Ciudad Bolívar, Hispania, Jardín, Salgar.
- 6. "Minero Agroecológica" or Mining Agroecological, according to Ordinance 30 of 2018, made up of Remedios, Segovia, Vegachí, Yalí, Yolombó.

- 125 Municipios or Municipalities.

- 14 Corregimientos or Corregencies, spread across the 9 Subregiones and part of the following Municipalities:
1. San Antonio de Prado or Saint Anthony of Prado (part of Medellín)
2. San Cristóbal or Saint Cristopher (part of Medellín)
3. Hatillo or Bundle (part of Barbosa)
4. El Manzanillo or The little apple tree (part of Itagüí)
5. El Brasil or The Brazil (part of Ebéjico)
6. La Clara or The Clear (part of Ebéjico)
7. Sevilla or Seville (part of Ebéjico)
8. Zarzal or Bramble (part of Ebéjico)
9. Guayabal or the Guava treeline (part of Ebéjico)
10. Labores or Labors (part of Belmira)
11. Aguas Claras or Clear waters (part of El Cármen de Viboral)
12. La Madera or The Wood (part of El Cármen de Viboral)
13. Alto Grande or Great Hill (part of El Cármen de Viboral)
14. Comuna Occidental or Western Commune (part of Rionegro)

Sources: [1], [2], and [3].
Esteban Rivera, 6 June 2024


Index by Provinces

Bajo Cauca Province

Magdalena Medio Province

Nordeste Province

Norte Province

Occidente Province

Oriente Province

Suroeste Province

Urabá Province

Valle de Aburra Metropolitan Area

Index by Alphabetical Order