Tarapaya River

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Tarapaya River
River
Tarapaya.jpg
The village Tarapaya as seen from the north with Tarapaya River west of it (upper right)
Country Bolivia
Region Potosí Department
Coordinates 19°27′S 65°46′W / 19.450°S 65.767°W / -19.450; -65.767Coordinates: 19°27′S 65°46′W / 19.450°S 65.767°W / -19.450; -65.767
Mouth Pillku Mayu

Tarapaya River, originally also called Qayara,[1] is a Bolivian river in the Potosí Department, Tomás Frías Province.[2] Its direction is mainly north. Tarapaya is a right tributary of the upper Pillku Mayu.

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  • [1] W.H. Strosnider, R.W. Nairn, H. Ríos Montero, F. Llanos Pinto, Water quality impacts from in-stream mine tailings in Rio Tarapaya, Potosí, Bolivia, see map

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pedro De Angelis, Coleccion de obras y documentos relativos á la historia antigua y moderna de las provincias del Río de la Plata
  2. ^ Potosí Municipality: population data and map showing the village Tarapaya and the Tayapaya River west of it