Glossary of Bolivia
Protected Naturals Areas
Protected Naturals Areas
Churches and religion
Yungas (tropical valleys)
Tarija, south of Bolivia
The Titicaca lake
Uyuni Salt desert & Sud Lipez
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The night of San Juan in Bolivia
San Juan is celebrated every year in Bolivia. Historians tell us that this festival originates in the heathen Celtic part of Europe which celebrated...
Carnaval in Bolivia
Carnaval, or Mardi Gras, in Bolivia is one of the most highly anticipated festivals of the year. People gather comparsas or fraternities together to...
Señor del Gran Poder - Holiday
The Festival of the Lord Jesus of Great Power, usually known as El Gran Poder, is a religious celebration that takes place in the city of La Paz in...
ALL SAINTS DAY in Bolivia
On November first, all countries that follow the Catholic tradition celebrate this day in honor of all saints, including those that are not yet...
Che and his passage through Bolivia
Believe it or not, Ernesto "Che" Guevara, the famous anti-imperialist guerilla commander from the 70s, ended his fight and his path in Bolivia....
Christmas in Bolivia
Bolivia cannot help but respond to the smiles of thousands of children who receive gifts every year from supportive people. In coming forces, they...
Aymara New Year
Bolivia is well-known for its multiculturalism and authenticity. After all, 55% of the Bolivian population is indigenous and autochthonous. In 2010...
The first of May, Work Holiday in Bolivia
May 1st, Labor Day, is an occasion for us to talk about working conditions in Bolivia, whether regular work, informal jobs or even child labor. In...
Mother’s Day: an event tied to Bolivia’s history
Unlike other countries where Mother’s Day is celebrated in May because it is the month of the Virgin Mary and the day the mother of a US...
The weight of faith on the shoulders of a community
Catholicism reached the New World to mix with the popular beliefs and customs of the people indigenous to America. The different way this faith is...
Alasitas, Ekeko’s miniature world
The Alasitas festival is a tradition in the city of La Paz that goes back to ancient Aymara traditions which became religious practices after the...
The carnaval of Oruro
An unforgettable display of color, dance and music The carnival in Oruro, a city that was declared the Bolivian folklore capital by law, is a...
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