Grau Province

Grau Province is one of the seven provinces of the Apurímac Region in . The capital of the province is the city of . The province was named after the naval officer Miguel Grau Seminario.
-14.0067° or 14° 0' 24" south
-72.6039° or 72° 36' 14.2" west
3127 metres (10,259 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 1237030102
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: Grau
  • Aymara: Grau jisk'a suyu
  • Catalan: Grau
  • Catalan: província de Grau
  • Cebuano: Provincia de Grau
  • Chinese: Grau Séng
  • Chinese: 格羅省
  • Dutch: Grau
  • English: Province of Grau
  • French: Grau
  • French: Province de Grau
  • French: province de Grau
  • Georgian: გრაუ
  • German: Provinz Grau
  • Italian: provincia di Grau
  • Lithuanian: Grau provincija
  • Min Nan Chinese: Grau Séng
  • Mingrelian: გრაუ
  • Norwegian: Grau
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Grau
  • Portuguese: Grau
  • Portuguese: Província de Grau
  • Quechua: Grau pruwinsya
  • Romanian: Grau (provincie)
  • Romanian: Grau
  • Spanish: Grau
  • Spanish: Provincia de Grau
  • Spanish: provincia de Grau
  • Vietnamese: Grau
  • Waray (Philippines): Grau
  • Welsh: Talaith Grau
  • Cotabambas
  • Provincia di Grau
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