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Aiquile

Aiquile

Charango monument
Aiquile
Aiquile
Location within Bolivia

Coordinates: 18°10′S 65°10′W / 18.167°S 65.167°W / -18.167; -65.167Coordinates: 18°10′S 65°10′W / 18.167°S 65.167°W / -18.167; -65.167

Country Department Cochabamba Department
Province Narciso Campero Province
Municipality Aiquile Municipality
Canton Aiquile Canton
Population (2001)
 • Total 7,381

Aiquile is a town in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. It is the capital of the Narciso Campero Province and Aiquile Municipality. Most of its population is Quechua, and its residents are reputed to be the best charango makers in the country.

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  • Map of Narciso Campero Province
  • World Gazetteer
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