Asiru Qucha

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Asiru Qucha (Aymara asiru snake,[1] Quechua qucha lake,[2] Hispanicized spellings Acero Cocha, Acero Khocha, Acero Q'ocha) is a Bolivian lake located in the Vacas Municipality, Arani Province, Cochabamba Department.

Asiru Qucha
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Location of Asiru Qucha in Bolivia.
Location of Asiru Qucha in Bolivia.
Asiru Qucha
Location of Asiru Qucha in Bolivia.
Location of Asiru Qucha in Bolivia.
Asiru Qucha
Location of Asiru Qucha in Bolivia.
Location of Asiru Qucha in Bolivia.
Asiru Qucha
LocationCono Sur, Vacas Municipality, Arani Province, Cochabamba Department
Coordinates17°36′15″S 65°36′5″W / 17.60417°S 65.60139°W / -17.60417; -65.60139Coordinates: 17°36′15″S 65°36′5″W / 17.60417°S 65.60139°W / -17.60417; -65.60139
Primary inflowsAsiru Qucha River, Chillawi P'ujru, Inka Mayu with Q'asa Mayu, Uqullu Mayu, Pisqu Mayu
Basin countriesBolivia
Surface area5.9 km2 (2.3 sq mi)
Surface elevation3,420 m (11,220 ft)
SettlementsVacas

The main tributaries of Asiru Qucha are Asiru Qucha River, Chillawi P'ujru, Inka Mayu with Q'asa Mayu, Juq'ullu Mayu, and Pisqu Mayu. Its surface area is 5.9 km2 (2.3 sq mi).[3]

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  1. ^ katari.org Aymara-Spanish dictionary
  2. ^ Teofilo Laime Ajacopa (2007). Diccionario Bilingüe Iskay simipi yuyayk’anch [Quechua-English dictionary] (PDF). La Paz, Bolivia.
  3. ^ rincondelvago.com

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