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Bolivia By Zhingoora Books
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The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
In Bolivia By Jeffrey S. Jenkins
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After teaching English in Chile, one man heads north with his backpack and a journal. With a flair of humor and a sock full of pesos follow him as he crosses the arid Andean Altiplano. Dali-esque... More > rock formations defy geological precedent. Gasp for air as he travels to Potosi, arguably the highest in the world, and where conquistadors extracted the silver to fuel the Spanish Empire. Watch as he descends to the edge of the Amazon to find a farm. Two words guide him: Ginger's Paradise. He must protect his pockets from thieving spider monkeys and weave his way through parading troops at Dia de Independencia festivities. In La Paz, he witnesses the reelection speech of Bolivia's first indigenous President amid a crowded plaza of Aymara and Quechua support. Upon a visit the next day to a set of ruins; he confirms a little known hypothesis regarding the settlement of the Americas, which changes his perception on what it means to be indigenous, and may very well change how you see yourself in this world.< Less
In Bolivia By Jeffrey S. Jenkins
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After teaching English in Chile, one man heads north with his backpack and a journal. With a flair of humor and a sock full of pesos follow him as he crosses the arid Andean Altiplano. Dali-esque... More > rock formations defy geological precedent. Gasp for air as he travels to Potosi, arguably the highest in the world, and where conquistadors extracted the silver to fuel the Spanish Empire. Watch as he descends to the edge of the Amazon to find a farm. Two words guide him: Ginger's Paradise. He must protect his pockets from thieving spider monkeys and weave his way through parading troops at Dia de Independencia festivities. In La Paz, he witnesses the reelection speech of Bolivia's first indigenous President amid a crowded plaza of Aymara and Quechua support. Upon a visit the next day to a set of ruins; he confirms a little known hypothesis regarding the settlement of the Americas, which changes his perception on what it means to be indigenous, and may very well change how you see yourself in this world.< Less
Bolivia Is,,, By Joanne Ranney
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This was in an exciting and groundbreaking Witness for Peace delegation to Bolivia! For nearly half a millennium, Bolivia has been colonized and its resources exploited without benefit to the... More > country's majority indigenous population. An indigenous president has been elected and a new social order is emerging in South America's poorest nation.< Less
Bolivia Querida By Ross Pike, Daniel Wright
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Bolivia through the eyes and text of twenty-six ex-Peace Corps volunteers from 2004 to 2008. $5 from each sale of this book is sent to BiblioWorks, a non-profit organization that establishes... More > literacy programs in impoverished communities throughout Bolivia.< Less
Bolivia: A Country Profile By Library of Congress, Federal Research Division
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Formal Name: Republic of Bolivia (República de Bolivia). Short Form: Bolivia. Term for Citizen(s): Bolivian(s). Capitals: La Paz (executive) and Sucre (judicial). Major Cities: Santa Cruz (1.3... More > million inhabitants), Cochabamba (900,000), El Alto (830,000), La Paz (810,000), and Sucre (225,000), according to 2005 projections. Independence: Led by “El Libertador,” Simón Bolívar Palacios, Bolivia gained complete independence from Spanish and Peruvian control in 1825. Despite nearly 200 coups and counter-coups, Bolivia has maintained its autonomy since independence. Public Holidays: The following are Bolivia’s federal holidays: New Year’s Day (January 1), Carnival (two days, variable dates in February or March), Good Friday (variable date in March or April), Labor Day (May 1), Corpus Christi (variable date in May or June), Independence Day (August 6), All Saints’ Day (November 1), Christmas (December 25). Each of Bolivia’s nine departments also has a holiday celebrating its inception.< Less
Bolivia Investment and Business Guide By IBP USA
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Bolivia Investment and Business Guide
Bolivia Investment and Business Guide By IBP USA
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Bolivia Investment and Business Guide
Travel Journal Bolivia By E Locken
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Travel Journal Bolivia - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Bolivia, includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and remember... More > every aspect of your trip.< Less
Bolivia: The People, The Place By Ryan Stewart
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A photographic journey which explores the places and people of Bolivia.