Tarata

Tarata is a small city in the department of . It is prominent among the region's colonial towns for its surviving traditional architecture, and it is home to the annual festival of San Severino which marks the coming of the rains in late November.
Latitude
-17.6114° or 17° 36' 40.9" south
Longitude
-66.0234° or 66° 1' 24.1" west
Population
3950
Elevation
2760 metres (9055 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 795675614
Geo­Names ID
3903342
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: Tarata, Cochabamba
  • Catalan: Tarata
  • Cebuano: Tarata
  • Chinese: 塔拉塔
  • Danish: Tarata
  • Dutch: Tarata
  • English: Tarata, Cochabamba
  • French: Tarata
  • German: Tarata
  • Norwegian: Tarata
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Tarata
  • Persian: تاراتا، کوچاباما
  • Polish: Tarata
  • Portuguese: Tarata
  • Portuguese: Tarata (Bolívia)
  • Quechua: T'arata
  • Quechua: Tarata
  • Russian: Тарата
  • Slovenian: Tarata
  • Spanish: Tarata
  • Swedish: Tarata, Cochabamba
  • Swedish: Tarata
  • Waray (Philippines): Tarata
  • Villa Colonial
  • Villa de Tarata

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