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Tacachi Municipality

Tacachi Municipality

Mount K'ili K'ili in Tacachi Municipality seen from Arani as "sleeping elephant"
Tacachi Municipality
Tacachi Municipality
Location within Bolivia

Coordinates: 17°38′S 65°47′W / 17.633°S 65.783°W / -17.633; -65.783

Country  Bolivia
Department Cochabamba Department
Province Punata Province
Seat Tacachi
 • Mayor Jhonny Ireneo Alvarez Terrazas (2007)
 • President Julieta Zurita Claure
Elevation 10,000 ft (3,000 m)
Population (2001)
 • Total 1,076
Time zone -4 (UTC-4)

Tacachi Municipality is the fourth municipal section of the Punata Province in the Cochabamba Department in Bolivia. Its seat is Tacachi.


The municipality consists of only one canton, Tacachi Canton. It is identical to the municipality.


The languages spoken in the Tacachi Municipality are mainly Quechua and Spanish.[1]

Language Inhabitants
Quechua 953
Aymara 4
Guaraní 1
Another native 0
Spanish 674
Foreign 3
Only native 350
Native and Spanish 603
Only Spanish 71


  • (Spanish) Instituto Nacional de Estadistica de Bolivia (INE)

External links

  • Population data and map of Tacachi Municipality

Coordinates: 17°38′00″S 65°47′00″W / 17.6333°S 65.7833°W / -17.6333; -65.7833

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