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 (kō′chə-bäm′bə, -chä-bäm′bä)
A city of west-central Bolivia north-northwest of Sucre. Founded in 1574 as Oropesa, it was renamed in 1786.
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(Spanish kotʃaˈβamba)
(Placename) a city in central Bolivia. Pop: 561 000 (2005 est)
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(ˌkɔ tʃɑˈbɑm bɑ)

a city in central Bolivia. 317,251; 8394 ft. (2558 m) above sea level.
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