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There are roughly 2.2 million Aymara speakers, the vast majority in a contiguous area encompassing Western Bolivia, South-east Peru (centering on Lake Titicaca), and north-east Chile. There are also a small number in Salta Province in north-west Argentina. There are similarities with Quechua, although this may have more to do with close proximity than a similar linguistic heritage.

Territory size shows the proportion of all people who speak Aymara as a first language that live in that territory.

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