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Sipe Sipe Municipality

For the South American Wars of Independence, see Battle of Sipe-Sipe.
Sipe Sipe Municipality
Municipality
Sipe Sipe Municipality
Sipe Sipe Municipality
Location of the Sipe Sipe Municipality within Bolivia

Coordinates: 17°29′0″S 66°21′0″W / 17.48333°S 66.35000°W / -17.48333; -66.35000Coordinates: 17°29′0″S 66°21′0″W / 17.48333°S 66.35000°W / -17.48333; -66.35000

Country Department Cochabamba Department
Province Quillacollo Province
Seat Sipe Sipe
Government
 • Mayor Valerio Cartagena Escobar (2007)
 • President Felicidad Guzmán Argote (2007)
Population (2001)
 • Total 31,337

Sipe Sipe Municipality is the second municipal section of the Quillacollo Province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its seat is Sipe Sipe. At the time of census 2001 the municipality had 31,337 inhabitants.[1]

Subdivision

Sipe Sipe Municipality is divided into three cantons.

Kanton Inhabitants (2001) [2] Seat Inhabitants (2001)
Sipe Sipe Canton 16,554 Sipe Sipe 3,134
Itapaya Canton 6,496 Itapaya 700
Mallco Rancho Canton 8,287 Mallco Rancho 1,171

See also

  • Ch'aki Mayu

References

External links

  • Map of Quillacollo Province
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