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Toco, Cochabamba

Toco / Toko
T'uqu
Toco / Toko
Toco / Toko
Location of Toko within Bolivia

Coordinates: 17°37′0″S 65°54′0″W / 17.61667°S 65.90000°W / -17.61667; -65.90000Coordinates: 17°37′0″S 65°54′0″W / 17.61667°S 65.90000°W / -17.61667; -65.90000

Country Department Province Germán Jordán Province
Municipality Toco Municipality
Canton Toko Canton
Population (2001)
 • Total 827

Toco or Toko (from Quechua: T'uqu) is a locality in the Cochabamba Department in central Bolivia. It is the seat of the Toco Municipality, the second municipal section of the Germán Jordán Province. At the time of census 2001 it had a population of 827.[1]

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  • Map of Germán Jordán Province


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