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Sights of Bolivia

Sights of Bolivia

According to simplyyellowpages, Bolivia is one of those rare countries where the promises of travel agencies to show you all the “best” really is true! There are attractions for every taste: monuments of ancient civilizations, and incredibly beautiful nature, and Spanish colonial architecture. Bolivia is home to 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They include the historical center of Sucre, famous for its amazing examples of colonial architecture, the city of Potosi – the capital of silversmiths, the settlements of missionaries…

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Bolivia 2000

Bolivia 2000

Population The Bolivian population (7.957. 000 residents In 1998, according to one estimate) continues to grow rapidly, with an average annual increase in the nineties, equal to 24 ‰. Over 40 % of the population is made up of natives, among which the Aymará and Quechua predominate, who mostly live in rural settlements, located in the region of Lake Titicaca, in the central plateau and in the high valleys of the Eastern Cordillera. The remaining population, made up, if we…

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Working and Living in Bolivia

Working and Living in Bolivia

In 2020, 126 Germans officially emigrated to Bolivia and 250 returned to their homeland. Within the 10 years from 2010 to 2019, 1,910 Germans officially emigrated to Bolivia and 2,420 moved back to Germany. Bolivia is shaped by the chains of the Andes, the height of which reaches over 6,500 m. In between lies the central highlands, the 3,000 to 4,000 m high Altiplano. Around 80 percent of all Bolivians live here. The idyllic Lake Titicaca, the highest lake in…

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Bolivia Guide

Bolivia Guide

Bolivia – country information Country name Bolivia Official name Republic of Bolivia Capital Peace continent South America Area 1,098,580 km Population 10 027 254 (2012) Foundation of a state 6. 8. 1825 The highest mountains Sajama 6542 m Longest rivers Mamoré-Rio Grande 2150 km The largest lakes Titicaca 6542 km2 State system a pluralist republic with a bicameral parliament The biggest cities La Paz (seat of government) 1,225,000, Santa Cruz 775,000, Cochabamba 465,000, Oruro 240,000, Sucre (seat of court, capital)…

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