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Provinces of Ecuador
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Ecuador is divided into 22 provinces (Spanish: provincias, singular - provincia):

Province (Capital)

  1. Azuay (Cuenca)
  2. Bolívar (Guaranda)
  3. Cañar (Azogues)
  4. Carchi (Tulcán)
  5. Chimborazo (Riobamba)
  6. Cotopaxi (Latacunga)
  7. El Oro (Machala)
  8. Esmeraldas (Esmeraldas)
  9. Galápagos (Puerto Baquerizo Moreno)
  10. Guayas (Guayaquil)
  11. Imbabura (Ibarra)
  12. Loja (Loja)
  13. Los Ríos (Babahoyo)
  14. Manabí (Portoviejo)
  15. Morona-Santiago (Macas)
  16. Napo (Tena)
  17. Orellana (El Coca)
  18. Pastaza (Puyo)
  19. Pichincha (Quito)
  20. Sucumbíos (Nueva Loja)
  21. Tungurahua (Ambato)
  22. Zamora-Chinchipe (Zamora)

See ISO 3166-2:EC for their ISO 3166-2 codes.

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Provinces of Ecuador Image:Flag of Ecuador.svg
Azuay | Bolívar | Cañar | Carchi | Chimborazo | Cotopaxi | Esmeraldas | Galápagos | Guayas | Imbabura | Loja | Los Ríos | Manabí | Morona-Santiago | Napo | Orellana | El Oro | Pastaza | Pichincha | Sucumbíos | Tungurahua | Zamora-Chinchipe

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Provinces of Ecuador

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