Tacna

(from the article `Pacific, War of the`) Chile was also to occupy the provinces of Tacna and Arica for 10 years, after which a plebiscite was to be held to determine their nationality. But ...
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Tacna

city, southern Peru, on the Caplina River at 1,844 feet (562 m) above sea level, in the arid Andean foothills. When the Spaniards arrived at the ...
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Tacna

Tacna, city (1993 pop. 115,633), capital of Tacna dept., S Peru, on the Río Caplina. Tacna is an agricultural center that produces tobacco, grapes, cotton, and sugarcane. It is on the Pan-American Highway and has rail and air links to other cities. Originally populated by Aymara Native Americ...
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