The Crazy Bolivia



Sucre is the capital of Bolivia. Bolivia shares borders with Brazil to the north and east, Paraguay to the southeast, Argentina to the south, Chile to the southwest, and Peru to the northwest . The Terrain is rugged Andes Mountains with a highland plateau (Altiplano), hills, lowland plains of the Amazon Basin. The area and population is 424,200 mi² and 10.67 million (2013) World Bank

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Bolivia's culture is nice. The music of Bolivia can be described as the very heartbeat of the country. Each region has its own distinctive music that reflects its particular lifestyle, its mood and its physical surroundings. The music of the Altiplano, for example, is played in a minor key and tends to be sad and mournful, while the music of the lowlands is more up-tempo and generally happier. Bolivian art demonstrates itself through a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture and pottery, to name a few.
The Bolivian cuisine has its roots from a variety of cultural backgrounds, it’s a mix of Spanish and native flavors, available produce, foods and cooking styles. You'll find local favorites varying from region to region, even within cities. Been Bolivia a land locked country and little inmigration not a lot of people has ever heard of it, but we assure you is owrth trying. What is not a myth: Bolivianite is a beautiful purple and honey-colored precious gem formed under almost impossible conditions.The daughter of the Ayoreo chieftain, Princess Anahi, fell in love with Don Felipe and asked her father’s permission to marry him. The chieftain agreed and as a dowry, he gave her husband as a mine that produced a beautiful two-colored gems, to whichthe conquistador didn’t pay attention, deeming it not as worthy as gold, silver or emeralds.
Some things you can do in Bolivia are you can go biking in many places just like death road, visit islands all around Bolivia, swim in swimming pools and beaches. Consisting of temperate valleys, semi-arid highlands, humid jungles and balmy lakeside villages, Bolivia’s weather differs greatly depending on the altitude and topography of the region. Because most of the country is situated at a high elevation, temperatures vary from hot and humid during the day to freezing cold at night.


The current flag of Bolivia was originally adopted in 1851. The state flag and ensign (and war flag) is a horizontal tricolor of red, yellow and green with the Bolivian coat of arms in the center. According to one source, the red stands for Bolivia's brave soldiers, while the green symbolizes fertility and yellow the nation's mineral deposits. Bolivia grow lots of things and sell lots of things. Which thats their economy. Some things they grow are soybeans, quinoa, Brazil nuts, sugarcane, coffee, corn rice, potatoes, chia, and coca. Some things they sell are mining, smelting, petroleum, food and beverages, tobacco, handicrafts, clothing, and jewelry. It is classified by the World Bank to be a lower middle income country.[7]With a Human Development Index of 0.675, it is ranked 108th (medium human development). The politics of Bolivia takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic, where by the president is head of state, head of government and head of a Diversity multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the two chambers of parliament. Both the Judiciary and the electoral branch are independent of the executive and the legislature.