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Municipalities of Guatemala

Municipalities of Guatemala

The departments of Guatemala are divided into 338 municipalities or municipios. The municipalities are listed below, by department:

Alta Verapaz Department

Baja Verapaz Department

Chimaltenango Department

Chiquimula Department

El Progreso Department

Escuintla Department

Guatemala Department

Huehuetenango Department

Izabal Department

Jalapa Department

Jutiapa Department

Petén Department

Quetzaltenango Department

Quiché Department

Retalhuleu Department

Sacatepéquez Department

San Marcos Department

Santa Rosa Department

Sololá Department

Suchitepéquez Department

Totonicapán Department

Zacapa Department

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