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Entre Ríos Municipality, Cochabamba

Entre Ríos Municipality
Entre Ríos Municipality
Entre Ríos Municipality
Location within Bolivia

Coordinates: 17°20′S 64°32′W / 17.333°S 64.533°W / -17.333; -64.533

Country  Bolivia
Department Cochabamba Department
Province Carrasco Province
Foundation July 4, 2009
Seat Entre Ríos
Population (2001)
 • Total 22,187
 • Ethnicities Quechua
Time zone -4 (UTC-4)

Entre Ríos Municipality is the sixth municipal section of the Carrasco Province in the Cochabamba Department in central Bolivia. Its seat Entre Ríos had 3,796 inhabitants at the time of census 2001.[1]


The languages spoken in the municipality are mainly Spanish and Quechua. [2]

Language Inhabitants
Quechua 14,789
Aymara 907
Guaraní 41
Another native 27
Spanish 17,164
Foreign 142
Only native 3,207
Native and Spanish 11,864
Only Spanish 5,314


Coordinates: 17°20′S 64°32′W / 17.333°S 64.533°W / -17.333; -64.533

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