Cochabamba

Capital of Cercado province and Cochabamba department, central Bolivia, situated on the River Rocha, at an altitude of 2,550 m/8,370 ft on the slopes of the eastern Cordillera, 230 km/144 mi southeast of La Paz; population (2001 est) 558,500. It is the third-largest city in Bolivia. The Cochabamba valley is a rich agricultural regio...
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Cochabamba

city, central Bolivia. It lies in the densely populated, fertile Cochabamba Basin, at 8,432 feet (2,570 metres) above sea level. Founded as Villa de ... [2 related articles]
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Cochabamba

Cochabamba (kōchäbäm'bä) , city (1992 pop. 407,825), alt. c.8,400 ft (2,560 m), capital of Cochabamba dept., W central Bolivia, the third largest city in Bolivia. It is a commercial center in an agricultural region that ships grains, coffee, tobacco, sugarcane, cacao, fruits...
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