Valle de la Luna is situated about 10 kilometers from downtown La Paz, in the Pedro Domingo Murillo Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia.
The free-of-charge viewpoint provides the most impressive panorama and the best view of the entire La Paz city area.
The picturesque street is a great place to go for a nice walk. There are numerous museums, shops, bars and restaurants with coloured houses.
The square was named after the leader of the La Paz Revolution - Pedro Domingo Murillo, who was hanged here. His statue is its main feature.
티아우아나코는 볼리비아에 있는 콜럼버스 이전의 시대의 고고학적 유적이다. 안데스에 대해 연구하는 학자들은 티아우아나코가 약 500년 동안 관례적, 행정적 수도로서 번영한 잉카 제국의 가장 중요한 전조 가운데 하나임을 인정하였다. 고대 도시 국가의…
A stunning 16th-century hewed stone basilica has an amazingly decorated facade, cloisters and a garden. It also recently opened a museum.
Pachat'aqa, possibly erroneously also named Horca del Inca in Spanish, is an archaeological site in Bolivia situated near Lake Titicaca.
Pumapunku or Puma Punku is part of a large temple complex or monument group that is part of the Tiwanaku Site near Tiwanaku, in western…
Illimani is the highest mountain in the Cordillera Real of western Bolivia.
Pucarani is a small town in the La Paz Department in Bolivia. It is the seat of the Pucarani Municipality, the first municipal section of…
The Strait of Tiquina is the passage that connects the larger and smaller parts of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. This is a land isthmus.
The Choqueyapu River, sometimes called the La Paz River, is a river in the La Paz Department of Bolivia.
Jach'a Waracha is a mountain in the Apolobamba mountain range in Bolivia, about 5,540 metres high.