Tata Sabaya

Tata Sabaya is a 5,430-metre high volcano in . It is part of the Central Volcanic Zone, one of several volcanic belts in the Andes which are separated by gaps without volcanic activity.
-19.1349° or 19° 8' 5.7" south
-68.5235° or 68° 31' 24.6" west
Open Location Code
5430 metres (17,815 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 5501293490
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Aymara: Tata Sawaya
  • Basque: Tata Sabaya
  • Cebuano: Cerro Tata Sabaya
  • Chinese: 塔塔薩巴亞火山
  • Czech: Tata Sabaya
  • Dutch: Tata Sabaya
  • Egyptian Arabic: جبل تاتا سابايا
  • Esperanto: Tata Sabaya
  • French: Tata Sabaya
  • Georgian: ტატა-საბაია
  • Georgian: ტატა საბაია
  • German: Tata Sabaya
  • Lithuanian: Tata Sabaja
  • Macedonian: Тата Сабаја
  • Ossetian: Татæ-Сабайæ
  • Ossetian: Татæ Сабайæ
  • Ossetian: Тата Сабайа
  • Polish: Tata Sabaya
  • Portuguese: Tata Sabaya
  • Quechua: Tata Sabaya
  • Quechua: Tata Sawaya
  • Russian: Тата-Сабая
  • Slovak: Tata Sabaya
  • Spanish: Tata Sabaya
  • Swedish: Cerro Tata Sabaya
  • Ukrainian: Тата-Сабая
  • Cerro Tata Saballa
  • Cerro de Tata Sabaya
  • Nevado Tata sabaya

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