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Sorata

Mount. a mountain in W Bolivia, in the Andes: the highest mountain in the Cordillera Real, with two peaks, Ancohuma, 6550 m (21 490 ft.), and Illampu, 6485 m (21 276 ft.)
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A Gregoria Apaza nominada execrablemente la reyna por Amada de Andres Tupac Amaru y haberse sentado con este a sentenciar el pueblo de Sorata en forma de Tribunal, la muerte de aquellos buenos y leales vasallos Espanoles y blancos, que en numero considerable fueron victimas del furor barbaro de estos carnizeros, sangrientos deshonestos y traidores (Documento publicado por Berta WEXLER, 2008:98).
Illampu y Sorata son dos nevados bolivianos visibles en la region andina de Chile.
Larecaja, en la vecindad de Sorata, monte Chilica, Mandon 11 (isotype, GOET not seen).
The large (two meter tall) religious painting, Noli Me Tangere by Professor Bernhard Plockhorst of Berlin, intended for exhibition in the German Court, had sunk on the steamer Sorata en route to England.
Remote Indian communities like Achacachi, Warisata, Sorata and Huarina, which ring the vast rim of Lake Titicaca, are at the center of creation for both Aymara and Inca cultures, and a source of deep foreboding in white psyches.
The deaths occurred when a combined force of soldiers and police sent by the government to escort a group of travelers who had been stranded for five days in Sorata in the Bolivian highlands clashed with demonstrators at a roadblock.
1000 m; alpine streams were examined in Unduavi (13 streams) and Sorata (7 streams), elevation ca.
They were among a group of around 20 people who were trapped in Sorata Valley when farmers blocked entry and exit routes in protest to the Government's war against the production of coca, which is refined into cocaine.
The farmers have blocked the main road through the Sorata valley eight miles from the city in protest at the government's war on the production of the coca plant, which is refined into cocaine.
Mercado spent his last years at Villa de Esquivel near Sorata, a community north of La Paz, east of Lake Titicaca, and at the base of Illampu, which soars to 20,783 feet elevation.