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riigi kood: BO
keeles: Hispaania, Ketšua
ELi liikmeks: ei
NATO liikmeks: ei
GPS: 17 00 S, 65 00 W
Boliivia boliviano: BOB
1BOB = 0.125 USD
1BOB = 0.099 EUR
Travel nõuandeid ja hoiatusi Boliivia
||Bolivia has many natural and artificial tourist attractions, and has experienced growth in the tourism industry since 1990 in spite of deterrents to tourism such as political instability.
||The languages of Bolivia include Spanish, at least 30 indigenous languages, most prominently Quechua, Aymara, and Tupi Guaraní, and other languages such as Plautdietsch spoken by descendants of immigrants. All of the indigenous languages and Spanish are official languages of the state according to the 2009 Constitution. Spanish and Quechua are spoken primarily in the Andes region; Aymara is mainly spoken in the Altiplano around Lake Titicaca, and Guarani in the southeast on the border with Paraguay.
||The climate in Bolivia and weather in Bolivia vary as greatly as the country's many regions, although when speaking of weather, Bolivians typically refer only to two seasons (the rainy season and dry season) as usually there is no gradual entry into either winter or summer. Changes in temperatures and the weather in Bolivia are typically as brusque as the changes in topography from one region to the next. Temperatures depend primarily on elevation.
|Food and drink
||In Bolivia, the main meal is lunch: most workers try to go home to eat during the week. A proper Bolivian lunch consists of soup, a main course and possibly even dessert. The most important element in Bolivian food is the potato: it is common to see potatoes in some form served with almost every meal. Pasta and rice are also favorites. As for meat, Bolivians eat a lot more pork than people in the United States or Canada. Chicken and beef are also common, and you’ll see the occasional restaurant offering goat, llama or cuy (Guinea pig!).
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