Franz Tamayo Province

Franz Tamayo Province

Franz Tamayo is a province in the Bolivian department of La Paz. It lies in the western part of the nation, and includes the Ulla Ulla National Reserve in the high Andean plain on the western border with Peru.

Madidi National Park is partially in this province.


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