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That lake would be Lake Tapiacca.
Peru landmass is 1,285,220 square kilometres.
Lake Titicaca is between Peru and Bolivia-apparently it's very pretty :)
Lake Titicaca ♥
The lake that is shared by Peru and Bolivia is Lake Titicaca. The lake has a maximum depth of 922 feet and an elevation of 12,507 feet.
The Titicaca Lake is the highest lake in Bolivia and Peru. It is located at the border of Bolivia and Peru in the Andes Mountains.
Bolivia won it's INDEPENDENCE from Peru in 1825
The main language is Spanish.
It's the preassure, I mean, since the highlands are HIGH, the distance between the .. sky let's say .. and the lands is less than the one from the coast, so the air preass…ure is much stronger. If you are not accustomed to it, you will have some difficulty breathing, and if you run or whatever that requires a modarated physical movement you will feel like no air is coming into your lungs, but anyways, I think that 3 days are enough to get used to the air preassure :D
Bolivia border with Peru to the southeast with the departament of Puno in Peru join the titicaca lake,
Chile and Brazil both border both countries. Google Maps is a lot easier than answers.com for answering geographical countries.
The Andean highlands attracted settlers due to the abundance of water and clean air. Also, this geographical location provided settlers a supply of oil and minerals.
It means Bolivia and peru in spanish (as in the countries)
bolivia is land locked also i love anime bye bye