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Asiru Qucha

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Basin countries  Bolivia
Surface elevation  3,420 m (11,220 ft)
Area  5.9 kmĀ²
Surface area  5.9 km (2.3 sq mi)
Settlements  Vacas
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Location  Cono Sur, Vacas Municipality, Arani Province, Cochabamba Department
Primary inflows  Asiru Qucha River, Chillawi P'ujru, Inka Mayu with Q'asa Mayu, Uqullu Mayu, Pisqu Mayu

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

Map of Asiru Qucha, Bolivia

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).

References

Asiru Qucha Wikipedia


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