|Name origin: Aymara|
|Region||La Paz Department|
|- left||Urqu Jawira, Irpawi|
The Choqueyapu River, sometimes called the La Paz River, is a river in the La Paz Department of Bolivia. It belongs to the drainage basin of the Amazon. The river originates in a spring called Achachi Qala (Aymara: achachi border stone, old, grandfather, qala stone) in the Cordillera Real near the mountain Chacaltaya at a height of 5,395 m. It crosses the city La Paz from north to south. South of Illimani and north of the Kimsa Cruz mountain range it turns to the east; at this point it is better known as the La Paz River. The confluence with Cotacajes River is the beginning of the Beni River, also known as Alto Beni ("high Beni") in this region.
Tributaries include the Amutara River.
- Ludovico Bertonio, Spanish-Aymara dictionary (transcription):Achachi. - Viejo. Abuelo. Término o mojón de las tierras.
- Prefectura del Departamento de La Paz, Zonificación agroecológica y socioeconómica de los valles interandinos
- Ohno, A; Marui, A; Castro, ES; Reyes, AA; Elio-Calvo, D; Kasitani, H; Ishii, Y; Yamaguchi, K (1997). "Enteropathogenic bacteria in the La Paz River of Bolivia". The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene. 57 (4): 438–44. PMID 9347960.
- Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993.
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