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Jach'a Waracha

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Jach'a Waracha

Jach'a Waracha
Jach'a Waracha as seen from the west with Phawchi Lake (Phauchi) in the foreground
Elevation 5,540 m (18,180 ft)
Jach'a Waracha is located in Bolivia
Jach'a Waracha
Jach'a Waracha
Location in Bolivia
Location Bolivia,
La Paz Department, Franz Tamayo Province, Pelechuco Municipality
Range Andes, Apolobamba

Jach'a Waracha (Aymara, jach'a big, waracha wooden camp bed, [1][2] hispanicized spelling Jacha Huaracha) is a mountain in the Apolobamba mountain range in Bolivia, about 5,540 metres (18,176 ft) high. It is situated in the La Paz Department, Franz Tamayo Province, Pelechuco Municipality. Jach'a Waracha lies west of the mountain Waracha and north-west of the mountain Qala Phusa.[3][4]

See also


  1. ^ Aymara-Spanish dictionary
  2. ^ Félix Layme Pairumani, Spanish-Aymara dictionary
  3. ^ BIGM map 1:100,000 3041 Pelechuco
  4. ^ "Pelechuco". Retrieved August 30, 2014. 

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