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Combaya Municipality

Combaya Municipality
Combaya Municipality is located in Bolivia
Combaya Municipality
Combaya Municipality
Location of the Combaya Municipality within Bolivia
Country Bolivia
Department La Paz Department
Province Larecaja Province
Seat Combaya
 • Mayor Alejandro Cahuapaza Quispe (2007)
 • President Julia Cori Condori (2007)
 • Total 38 sq mi (98 km2)
Elevation 11,500 ft (3,500 m)
Population (2001)
 • Total 2,691

Combaya Municipality is the fifth municipal section of the Larecaja Province in the La Paz Department, Bolivia. Its seat is Combaya.


The languages spoken in the Combaya Municipality are mainly Aymara and Spanish.

Language Inhabitants
Quechua 20
Aymara 2.522
Guaraní 0
Another native 1
Spanish 1.214
Foreign 1
Only native 1.363
Native and Spanish 1.162
Only Spanish 52



  • / census 2001: Combaya Municipality

External links

  • Old map of Larecaja Province (showing its previous political division)
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