Bolivia

The landlocked Plurinational State of Bolivia is a South American neighbor of Peru, Paraguay, Chile, Brazil, and Argentina. The Bolivian city of La Paz is the world's highest capital. Contributions typically raise questions about the country's ancient Aymara and Incan imperial past; extreme geography of rain forests, mountains, highlands, and lowlands; subsistence lifestyle despite vast mineral resources; and violent politics.

Asked in Soccer History, International Football, Bolivia, FIFA World Cup

How many times did Bolivia win the world cup?

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Bolivia have never won the world cup but they have played in it.
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What is the capital of Bolivia?

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Bolivia actually has two capitals. The main constitutional capital is Sucre and the secondary administrative capital is La Paz.
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities, Bolivia, South America, Paraguay

Bolivia is one of two landlocked countries in south America what is the name of the other country?

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The other landlocked country is Paraguay. Paraguay is bordered on the northwest by Bolivia and the northeast by Brazil. Argentina borders Paraguay on the south and southeast.
Asked in Rules of the Road, Bolivia

Do people in Bolivia drive on the right or left side of the street?

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By Bolivian motor vehicle law people in Bolivia drive on the right side of the road. However, Bolivians (like Ecuadorians, Peruvians,Chileans, Colombians, etc)have been known to drive on any side of the road they choose... at any given time (sober or not).
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What is the money system in Bolivia called?

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There are actually two monetary units used in Bolivia; The US dollar and Boliviano currency. In fact, B1 = US$0.1427 in Bolivia today (2011)
Asked in United Nations, Bolivia

Is Bolivia apart of the United Nations?

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Yes - it was a founding member and signed the treaty on 14 November 1945.
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Where is Bolivia located?

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Bolivia is a country in west central South America, inland from Peru and Chile on the Pacific coast. You can see Bolivia clearly on the map at the related link.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Bolivia

What languages are spoken in Bolivia?

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yes Most Bolivians speak Spanish; however, you will also hear Aymara, Quechua, Guarani, and numerous other native languages (all of which are declared official by the Bolivian constitution) and you'll frequently also hear people speaking German, French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and a host of other languages. In Bolivia they speak many languages, but mostly Spanish, Aymara, Quechua, and Guarani Spanish id the main and official language Yees, they speak spanish. Spanish, Aymara, Quechua, Guarani, Siriono, and about 27 other languages, all of which are considered OFFICIAL languages according to Bolivia's constitution. Spanish. Spanish is the main language; but where they dominate Quechua and Armyara can be spoken too as other natives languages according to the law. i believe it is spanish with the smarticles in my brain. The official language of Bolivia is Spanish. Spanish, don't u wish the guy above would be simple with his answer? There are many languages spoken in Bolivia. Spanish is the main language, then Quechua and other native languages, Portuguese and English. Spanish is the official language Um, yeah, it's in Latin America isn't it? Yes. . Spanish is the main and official language of Bolivia. However there are some 39 other living languages used in the country spoken by people in different regions. Examples include Aymara, Chiquitano, Chiriguano and Guyara. Some 50% of the population have an indigenous language as their mother tongue. There are three major languages spoken in Bolivia. These include Spanish, Aymara, as well as Leco. However, foreigners also speak a wide variety of other languages. Spanish The Aymara, Quechua, and Spanish languages are the official languages of Bolivia. Other languages are German, and Chiquitano. These are spoken in Bolivia on a regular basis. spanish The official languages of Bolivia are Spanish and Quechua (spoken near the Andes region), Aymara (spoken in the east), and Tupi Guarani (spoken near the border with Paraguay). Bolivians speak Latin American Spanish ( which is sllightly different from the Spanish used in Spain), Aymara, and Quechua. Spanish is the official language for Bolivia, although some speak some different languages like Aymara.
Asked in Bolivia, Borders and Boundaries

What countries border Bolivia?

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The countries that border Bolivia are Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile. It is a landlocked country.
Asked in Sports, Bolivia

What are 3 recreational activities in Bolivia?

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soccer, getting in jail, polo
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What are the two capital cities of Bolivia?

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The 2 capitals of Bolivia are Sucre and La Paz
Asked in Geography, Bolivia

Is Bolivia more urban or rural?

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Bolivia is primarily urban filled with working people!
Asked in Bolivia, Landforms

What is Bolivia's landforms like?

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the landforms of Bolivia is really butifull
Asked in Bolivia, South America

What country in south america has two capital cities?

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Bolivia has two capitals. Sucre is the constitutional and judicial capital. La Paz is the administrative capital. Bolivia.
Asked in Bolivia, Mexico, Spain

What is Spain's capital Mexico's capital and Bolivia's capital?

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Spain: Madrid Mexico: Mexico City Bolivia: La Paz
Asked in Bolivia, South America

Bolivia a country in south America has two capital cities what are their names?

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Bolivia has 2 capitals: La Paz & Sucre. La Paz is the de facto capital and administrative center of the country. Sucre is the constitutional capital.
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What do Bolivians speak?

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they speak Spanish..
Asked in Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Borders and Boundaries

What is the name of the country whose neighbors are Brazil Bolivia and Argentina?

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Paraguay is located on the continent of South America. Argentina borders it to the south and southwest. Brazil borders it to the east and northeast. Bolivia borders Paraguay to the northwest. Because of its central location, it sometimes is referred to as 'Corazon de America' ['Heart of America'].
Asked in Bolivia, Honduras, Paraguay, Analogy

Paraguay is to Bolivia as what is to Honduras?

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Nicaragua. Paraguay is southeast of Bolivia (in South America), and Nicaragua is southeast of Honduras (in Central America). Gualemula
Asked in Bolivia, Peru, Lakes and Rivers

What large lake is shared by the countries of Peru and Bolivia?

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Lake Tapiacca, this lake is split on the border of both countries.
Asked in Bolivia, Importing and Exporting

What are the major exports of Bolivia?

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tin, silver, and zinc gold, petroleum, natural gasses But Bolivia is still a poor country about two-thirds live in poverty

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