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Anzaldo Municipality

Anzaldo Municipality
Municipality
Anzaldo Municipality
Anzaldo Municipality
Location of the Anzaldo Municipality within Bolivia

Coordinates: 17°49′0″S 65°56′0″W / 17.81667°S 65.93333°W / -17.81667; -65.93333Coordinates: 17°49′0″S 65°56′0″W / 17.81667°S 65.93333°W / -17.81667; -65.93333

Country Department Cochabamba Department
Province Esteban Arce Province
Seat Anzaldo
Government
 • Mayor Asterio Camacho Ugarte (2007)
 • President Alberto García Meneces (2007)
Area
 • Total 247 sq mi (641 km2)
Elevation 8,500 ft (2,600 m)
Population (2001)
 • Total 9,126

Anzaldo Municipality is the second municipal section of the Esteban Arce Province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its seat is Anzaldo. At the time of census 2001 the municipality had 9,126 inhabitants.[1]

Subdivision

Anzaldo Municipality is divided into three cantons.

Kanton Inhabitants (2001)[2] Seat
Anzaldo Canton 7,026 Anzaldo
Quiriria Canton 1,043 Quiriria
La Viña Canton 1,057 La Viña

Languages

The languages spoken in the Anzaldo Municipality are mainly Quechua and Spanish.[3]

Language Inhabitants
Quechua 8,495
Aymara 20
Guaraní 5
Another native 2
Spanish 2,553
Foreign 12
Only native 6,039
Native and Spanish 2,464
Only Spanish 89

See also

  • Jatun Mayu
  • Jaya Mayu

References

External links

  • Map of Esteban Arce Province
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