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Travel information Bolivia history: Bolivia and country in South America with 9.3 million inhabitants. Neighboring countries are Chile, Peru, Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. In the west are the two mountain ranges of the Andes mountains. In between is the Altiplano highlands of Bolivia and the largest salt plain in the world, the Salar Uyuni. In addition, the Lake Titicaca. Deserts, salt lakes and salt marshes are located in the southwest. In the eastern mountains and a valley area. The Amazon rainforest is situated in the north. Furthermore, volcanoes, savanna areas,'s pampas (plains grass), nitrous deserts and plains. There is mainly a (sub) tropical climate. Only in the highlands, it is cold. The rainfall is very different from region to region. The capital Sucre has 250,000 inhabitants. The government is in La Paz. Other major cities are Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Cochabamba, El Alto, Oruro, Sucre, Tarija, Potosí, Montero and Trinidad. On the list of UNESCO world heritage, the city of Potosí, the Jesuit Missions of Chiquitos, the historic center of Sucre, the Inca ruins of the city Fuerte Samaipata, the Noel Kempff Mercado National Park and Tiwanaku. Other attractions are the Madidi National Park, the Guarani Indians, the Uros Indians, Isla del Sol, Tiahuanacu culture, the coca museum, the Lagunas and the Inca culture.

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