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Potosi, a town of the greatest wealth and greatest hopes... City of extreme misery also, a territory where slaves have been taken from Africa, then occupied by Native Americans, and by independent minors subjected from childhood to the terrible law of the mine.
Lake Titicaca, which straddles the border with Peru, evokes images of Greek islands and Norwegian fjords. In 1872, a steamer was hauled to the lake piece by piece and reassembled on its shores. When the ship was put in the water, Titicaca became the highest navigable body of wa
Words fail to describe the beauty and otherworldliness of the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world. A vast, flat, white desert, the Salar reminds visitors of the surface of the moon, a landscape totally unlike any other that most travelers have ever experienced.
The Sajama National Park is one of the oldest national park in Bolivia and a truly magical place! A region steeped in local legend where small communities continue to live there for generations, raising lamas on the vast and wild plains.
The gateway to Bolivia, La Paz is well known as the highest capital on the globe. A city of contrasts, La Paz is a melting pot, a charming mix of native cultures and colonial influences.