Entre Ríos, Cochabamba

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Entre Ríos
Toun
Entre Ríos is locatit in Bolivia
Entre Ríos
Entre Ríos
Location athin Bolivie
Coordinates: 17°11′50″S 64°32′07″W / 17.19722°S 64.53528°W / -17.19722; -64.53528
Kintra  Bolivie
Depairtment Flag of Cochabamba.svg Cochabamba Depairtment
Province Carrasco Province
Municipality Entre Ríos Municipality
Elevation 240 m (790 ft)
Population (2010 upgraded)
 • Tot 5,080

Entre Ríos is a sma toun in the Cochabamba Depairtment o Bolivie.

Location[eedit | eedit soorce]

Entre Ríos is the caipital o the Entre Ríos Municipality, which wis newly established in 2004, the saxt municipal section o Carrasco Province.

The toun is locatit at an elevation o 240 m (787 ft) in the central regions o Bolivie on the left bank o the Ichoa River, which 13 km (8.1 mi) dounstream dischairges intae the Ichilo River.

Geografie[eedit | eedit soorce]

Entre Ríos is situatit in the Bolivie lawlands on the north-eastren fuithills o the Cordillera Oriental. The region haes an average temperatur o 24°C, the monthly averages range frae 26°C (October tae Dizember) tae 20°C (Juin an Julie). The average yearly precipitation is heicher than 1,000 mm (39 in), wi a wet saison frae November tae Februar an a drier saison wi less than 50 mm (2 in) per month in Julie an August.[1]

Regional traffic[eedit | eedit soorce]

Entre Ríos is locatit 265 km east o Cochabamba, the depairtment's caipital.
The sma toun is passed bi the 1,657 km (1,030 mi) lang state road Ruta 4, which goes frae Tambo Quemado on the Chilenean border aw through the country to Puerto Suárez on the Brazilian border. Frae Cochabamba tae Entre Ríos the road passes Villa Tunari, Chimoré an Ivirgarzama, east o Entre Ríos the road leads tae Warnes an Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

Population[eedit | eedit soorce]

The population o the place haes increased rapidly ower the past twa decades:

  • 1992: 1,952 inhabitants (census)[2]
  • 2001: 3,796 inhabitants (census)[3]
  • 2010: 5,080 inhabitants (updatin)[4]

Due tae the historically developit population distribution, the region is predominantly inhabitit bi Quechuas, 76.6 percent o the population in the Entre Ríos Municipality speak the Quechua leid.[5]

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