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Padcaya is a town in the Tarija Department in south-eastern Bolivia.

Padcaya is the administrative center of Aniceto Arce Province and situated at 1,997 m above sea leavel on the banks of Rio Orosas, 50 km south of Tarija, the department capital. North-west of Padcaya, towards Rio Camacho, the town is bordered by a mountain range of 20 km length, Cerro Huancani being its highest summit.

Padcaya is crossed by the road from Tarija to Bermejo, border town to Argentina in the southern parts of the department.

Padcaya has a population of circa 1,500 inhabitants.

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Map of Province

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