Category: Bolivia

Rich in history and culture, Bolivia promotes a strong mix between indigenous and Europeans seen in many of its nuances. This was because the country was part of the Inca Empire before the Spanish takeover, maintaining to this day influences from both civilizations. A good example of this is Quichua, a language used by more than 10 million people in South America with Andean heritage. It is the country with the lowest human development index on the continent, with 60% of its population living in poverty. It is a destination for those who like history, culture and nature, especially La Paz, Uyuni, Copacabana, Potosí, Sucre and Santa Cruz de la Sierra. Like Paraguay, it has no outlet to the sea.

Capital: La Paz (seat of government) and Sucre (constitutional)

Population: 11.7 million

Territory: 1,098,581 km²

Official language: Spanish, Quichua, Almará, Guarani and 33 other indigenous languages

Currency: Bolivian

Flag of Bolivia

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Bolivia Population

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Airports in Bolivia

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Bolivia Country Flag

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Embassies of Bolivia

Embassies of Bolivia

List of all Bolivia embassies and consulates in foreign countries or regions, including the city where it...