Bolivia

Prayer times in Bolivia

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Payer Times for Cities in Bolivia

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05:0506:2012:3315:5518:4719:56
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Prayer Times of Others Cities in Bolivia

About Bolivia

Situated in the heart of South America, Bolivia, a landlocked nation, boasts a unique geographic diversity that ranges from the majestic peaks of the Andes to the Amazonian rainforests, and the high-altitude plains of the Altiplano to the lowland plains of Gran Chaco. Encompassing an area of 1,098,581 square kilometers, Bolivia is bordered by Brazil to the north and east, Paraguay and Argentina to the south, and Chile and Peru to the west. Known for its rich indigenous heritage, Bolivia's population of about 11.6 million people comprises various ethnic groups such as Quechua, Aymara, mestizos, and others of European and African descent. Bolivia is unique in that it has two capitals: Sucre, the constitutional capital, and La Paz, the seat of government and the world's highest administrative capital. Bolivia's economy, primarily based on agriculture, forestry, fishing, and mining, is supplemented by the growing sectors of manufacturing and services. Renowned for its wealth of natural resources, Bolivia is a leading producer of silver, zinc, and lead, along with natural gas and oil. Tourists are drawn to Bolivia's rich culture and diverse landscapes, from the otherworldly Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flat, to the ancient ruins of Tiwanaku and the vibrant, bustling markets of La Paz. Despite the challenges of poverty and social inequality, Bolivia remains a country of resilience and profound cultural depth, offering a fascinating exploration of South American history, traditions, and natural beauty.