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Entre Ríos, Tarija

Entre Ríos
Entre Ríos
Location in Bolivia
Country Bolivia
Department Tarija Department
Province Burnet O'Connor Province
Population (2007)
 • Total 2,800

Entre Ríos (Spanish: "Between the rivers") is a town in the Bolivian Tarija Department.


Entre Ríos is the administrative center of Burnet O'Connor Province. It is located at 1,230 m at the confluence of Río Tambo and one of its tributaries, 110 km and a three-hour ride east of Tarija, the departmental capital. The town is bordered by north-southerly mountain ranges and situated in an elongated triangular hollow of 10 km length.


The average yearly temperature of Entre Ríos is 20.9°C, the yearly precipitation of 1,300 mm appears mainly in the summer's wet season from January to March.


Entre Ríos' population at the 2001 census was 2.413 Einwohnern, and has risen to circa 2,800 people in 2007. The Entre Ríos region is still one of the main settlement areas of the Guaraní people who have inhabited the Paraná Basin for millenniums.


External links

  • Map of province

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