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Matagalpa Department

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Matagalpa Department

Departamento de Matagalpa
Country Nicaragua
Capital Matagalpa
Area 8,523 km2 (3,291 sq mi)
Population 484,900 (2005)
ISO 3166-2 NI-MT

Matagalpa (Spanish pronunciation: ) is a department or region in central Nicaragua. It covers an area of 8,523 km² and has a population of 644,900 (2010 est). The capital is the city of Matagalpa with about 250.000.

Matagalpa is the second region of the country in population size, and the fourth in area (after the North Atlantic, the South Atlantic, and Jinotega.

Matagalpa is the most diversified region producing coffee, cattle, milk products, vegetables, wood, gold, flowers. Its extensive forests, rivers and geography are suited for ecotourism.


  1. Ciudad Darío
  2. Esquipulas
  3. Matagalpa
  4. Matiguas
  5. Muy Muy
  6. Rancho Grande
  7. Río Blanco
  8. San Dionisio
  9. San Isidro
  10. San Ramón
  11. Sébaco
  12. Terrabona
  13. Tuma-La Dalia

External links

  • Portal del Norte de Nicaragua

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