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Punata

Punata
John the Baptist (San Juan Bautista) church in Punata and Plaza 18 de mayo
John the Baptist (San Juan Bautista) church in Punata and Plaza 18 de mayo
Punata is located in Bolivia
Punata
Punata
Location in Bolivia
Coordinates:
Country Bolivia
Department Cochabamba Department
Province Punata Province
Municipality Punata Municipality
Canton Punata Canton
Elevation 8,373 ft (2,552 m)
Population (2012)
 • Total 28,707

Punata is the capital of Punata Province and Punata Municipality in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. At the time of census 2001 it had a population of 14,742 inhabitants [1] and at the census 2012 the populations rose to 28.707 inhabitants. People from Punata and surrounding areas used to be called “Vallunos” meaning coming from the valleys of Punata and other surrounding small towns. Punata is renowned for its wonderful agricultural market held every Tuesday where people from surrounding towns and rural villages come to sell and buy.

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  • Map of Punata Province


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