Mount Laram Q'awa (Charaña)

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Laram Q'awa
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Parinacota, K'isi K'isini, Pomerape, Laram Q'awa, Patilla Pata and Sajama (from left to right) as seen from NASA space shuttle
Elevation 5,525 m (18,127 ft)
Location
Laram Q'awa is located in Bolivia
Laram Q'awa
Laram Q'awa
Bolivia
Location Bolivia
Range Andes
Coordinates 18°1′S 69°5′W / 18.017°S 69.083°W / -18.017; -69.083Coordinates: 18°1′S 69°5′W / 18.017°S 69.083°W / -18.017; -69.083[1]
Map showing Laram Q'awa (Laram Khaua) on the border with Chile

Laram Q'awa (Aymara larama blue,[2] q'awa little river,[3] "little blue river" hispanicized spelling Laram Khaua, Larancagua) is a mountain in Bolivia, about 5,525 m (18,127 ft) high, situated in the La Paz Department, Pacajes Province (Charaña Municipality), at the border to Chile. It lies north west of Mount Kunturiri and Patilla Pata.

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  1. ^ geographic.org
  2. ^ www.katari.org Larama (adj.) Azul
  3. ^ aymara.ucb.edu.bo Spanish-Aymara dictionary: RIACHUELO. s. Río pequeño. Zanja. Grieta. Hendidura, abertura en la tierra - Q'awa, jawiralla]