View of Copacabana with Asiru Phat'jata in the background (on the right)
|Elevation||3,895 m (12,779 ft)|
|Location||Peru, Puno Region|
Asiru Phat'jata (Aymara asiru snake, phat'jaña to split in half, -ta a suffix to indicate the participle, "split snake") is a hill in Peru, situated at a height of about 3,895 metres (12,779 ft). It is located in the Puno Region, Yunguyo Province, Yunguyo District. Asiru Phat'jata lies near Lake Titicaca at the road which connects Yunguyo and Puno, south of the village Asiru Phat'jata (Acero Patjata) and north of the mountain Qhapiya.
- mapcarta.com Elevation for "Vilqui Patja" (near Asiru Phat'jata), retrieved on January 29, 2014
- Ludovico Bertonio, Aymara-Spanish dictionary (transcription)
- mincetur.gob.pe "Cerro Asiru Phatjata", retrieved on January 29, 2014
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