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El Valle de la Luna; es un lugar mágico.

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Cuenta la leyenda que cuando el astronauta Neil Armstrong fue a bordo del cohete Apolo 11, a punto de ser el primer hombre en la historia a poner un pie en la Luna, bajó el mirado hacia la Tierra muy por debajo y vio el Salar de Uyuni. Este salar en el sur de Bolivia, la más...
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Sigue las Huellas de los dinosaurios en Toro Toro.

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Cuatro horas de la ciudad de Cochabamba, en las secas tierras altas del Departamento de Potosí, es el pequeño pueblo de Toro Toro. Metido en un valle irregular de las colinas escarpadas, rodeadas de ríos y cañones, Toro Toro está un precioso tesoro escondido de Bolivia. L...
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The Festivals of the Pujllay and Pukara celebrate both indigenous culture and Bolivia’s glorious revolutionary history.

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  On March the 20th the great festivals of Pukara and Pujllay are to be held by the Municipality of Tarabuco, in the Department of Chuquisaca. They are the most important celebrations to be held in Chuquisaca, and among the most important in the entire Plurinational State of...
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The Valley of the Moon – it’s a magical place.

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The legend goes that when astronaut Neil Armstrong was on-board Apollo 11, about to be the first man in history to set foot upon the Moon, he looked down at the Earth far below and saw Salar de Uyuni. This salt pan in the south of Bolivia, the largest on Earth, is visible from...
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Following in the footsteps of dinosaurs through Torotoro.

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Four hours from the Bolivian city of Cochabamba, in the dry uplands of Potosi Department, is the little town of Torotoro. Tucked into a jagged valley of steep hills, surrounded by rivers and canyons, Torotoro is a beautiful, hidden treasure of Bolivia. The people are mainly...
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The Siege of La Paz led to the Plato Paceño, the region’s iconic dish.

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Traditional and tasty, the Plato Paceño (literally the Dish of La Paz), is a must-have meal beloved by locals and foreigners, an iconic element of the La Paz experience. Days of special significance for the consumption of this meal are July 16th, October 20th, and the day of the...
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El cerco a La Paz dio lugar al Tradicional Plato Paceño

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Tradicional y sabroso, el plato paceño es infaltable en los homenajes a La Paz, ya sea el 16 de julio o el 20 de octubre, así como la Alasita, pues al hablar de La Paz no se puede dejar de lado este exquisito platillo que es apetecido por propios y extraños. Según el chef, Luis...
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Tiquipaya – Cochabamba, floral capital of Bolivia.

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Backing on to the Municipality of Cochabamba, the gastronomy capital of Bolivia, is the Municipality of Tiquipaya, considered the country’s floral capital. If one travels uphill from the village of Tiquipaya, you travel past aged churches and fields of wild blossoms....
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Tiquipaya-Cochabamba, la capital de las flores

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  Junto a el Municipio de Cochabamba, la capital gastronómica de Bolivia, está el Municipio de Tiquipaya, considerada la capital de las flores. Si uno viaja cuesta arriba desde la localidad de Tiquipaya, se encontrará con iglesias antiguas y campos de flores silvestres. A...
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El Niño is getting worse, and has already affected 59,500 families in Bolivia.

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According to the Government the number of victims due to the abnormal weather has reached 19, with a total of 59,500 families affected. There are 30,000 hectares of crops damaged. Oscar Cabrera, Deputy Minister of Civil Defence, reported that 23,000 families around the country...