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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Bolivia
La Paz
 Statue of Cristoforo Colombo (Christopher Columbus).
Bolivia
La Paz
 La Paz at night.
Bolivia
Tiahuanaco
 The village church has many statues from Tiahuanaco.
Bolivia
Cochabamba
 Cochabamba is located in a fertile valley at 2000m and has a mild climate.
Bolivia
Cochabamba
 Plaza 14 September is the central square.
Bolivia
Cochabamba
Cochabamba Cathedral
 The interior of the Cathedral.
Bolivia
Cochabamba
 The blue El Hospicio Church dates from 1875.
Bolivia
Cochabamba
 Portales Palace was built by Simon Patiño, a tin baron.
Bolivia
Cochabamba
 The main entrance of the Church of San Fransisco (1581).
Bolivia
Torotoro
 The village of Torotoro lies at an altitude of 2676m.
Bolivia
Torotoro
 Torotoro village is a Quechua settlement.
Bolivia
Torotoro
 Street scene in the small village of Torotoro.
Bolivia
Torotoro
 Small shelter.
Bolivia
Torotoro
 Isolated settlements in the valley.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Sucre is the administrative capital of Bolivia and lies at 2750m.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Sucre was founded in 1538 by the Spanish and has kept much of its colonial character.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Colonial style doorway.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Decorated wooden window and balcony.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Red tiled roofs and whitewashed courtyards.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Sucre is surrounded by mountains.
Bolivia
Sucre
 The City Hall.
Bolivia
Sucre
 The Plaza 25 de Mayo is the centre of the city.
Bolivia
Sucre
House of Liberty
 The House of Liberty.
Bolivia
Sucre
House of Liberty
 The House of Liberty is where Bolivia's independence from Spain was declared.
Bolivia
Sucre
Cathedral
 The belltower of the 1551 Cathedral.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Street scene in central Sucre.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Woman sitting by a whitewashed house.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Blessing cars is very popular in Bolivia.
Bolivia
Sucre
Santo Domingo Church
 The belltower.
Bolivia
Sucre
 The city has many beautiful courtyards.
Bolivia
Sucre
 The door of the Church of Santa Monica (1565).
Bolivia
Sucre
 A courtyard with a garden.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Government buildings.
Bolivia
Sucre
 One of the many colonial churches in the city.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Traditional burial places at the cemetary.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Quiet street scene in the colonial city.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Street poem.
Bolivia
Sucre
San Felipe Neri Convent
 The cloister of the convent.
Bolivia
Sucre
San Felipe Neri Convent
 View from the roof.
Bolivia
Potosi
 The city of Potosi was founded by the Spanish in 1546 and has kept most of its colonial architecture.
Bolivia
Potosi
 At 4070m above sea level, Potosi is the world's highest city.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Plaque commemorating the city's designation as a UNESCO World Heretage Site.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Potosi is overlooked by Cerro Rico, a rich source of silver for hundreds of years.
Bolivia
Potosi
Cathedral
 Aymara woman at the Cathedral wearing the top hat typical of Potosi.
Bolivia
Potosi
 A college with one of the many coats of arms on display around the city.
Bolivia
Potosi
Belen
 Belen was built in 1735 as a church but is now a theatre.
Bolivia
Potosi
Belen
 The elaborate doorway to the theatre.
Bolivia
Potosi
Belen
 The building is covered with intricately carved stonework.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Many of the city's buildings have ornate wooden balconies.
Bolivia
Potosi
El Cabildo
 El Cabildo is a castle-like government building.
Bolivia
Potosi
El Cabildo
 Decorated balcony.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Street scene with large contrast between light and dark caused by the 4070m altitude.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Carved wooden corner balcony.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Cinema posters featuring UK actors.
Bolivia
Potosi
 The Porton Mestizo is a riot of stone carving.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Carved wooden balcony.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Entrance to the Passage of Seven Turns.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Shops on a hilly street.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Plaza 10 November.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Typical Potosi balcony.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Small plaza on a slight slope.
Bolivia
Potosi
Casa Real de la Moneda
 La Casa Real de la Moneda is the Royal Mint of the city.
Bolivia
Potosi
Casa Real de la Moneda
 The enormous building has been a prison and a fort.
Bolivia
Potosi
Casa Real de la Moneda
 The walls of the mint are 1m thick.
Bolivia
Potosi
Casa Real de la Moneda
 Courtyard containing a sundial.
Bolivia
Potosi
Casa Real de la Moneda
 The sundial.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Red tiled rooftops.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Street scene in the city centre.
Bolivia
Potosi
Church of San Bernado
 The Church of San Bernado.
Bolivia
Potosi
Church of San Bernado
 Detail of the entrance.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Rooftop view to the barren hills surrounding the city.
Bolivia
Potosi
 The Church of the Companion of Jesus (1707) is famous for its Baroque detail.
Bolivia
Potosi
 The Observatory of San Fransisco College.
Bolivia
Potosi
Church of San Lorenzo
 The Church of San Lorenzo is very ornate.
Bolivia
Potosi
Church of San Lorenzo
 Indigenous artisans carved the gateway.
Bolivia
Potosi
Church of San Lorenzo
 Spectacular stonework.
Bolivia
Potosi
 The railway station.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Cerro Rico, the source of the city's prosperity dominates the town.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of Santa Teresa
 The front entrance of the Convent of Santa Teresa.
Bolivia
Potosi
 The Church of San Agustin has symbols of the Sun and Moon.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of San Fransisco
 The Convent of San Fransisco.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of San Fransisco
 Detail of the decorated facade.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of San Fransisco
 View of Potosi from the convent roof.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Mine entrances in Cerro Rico above the city.
Bolivia
Potosi
 Memorial for the miners of Potosi.
Bolivia
Potosi
Cerro Rico
 Cerro Rico is a 4824m high hill rich in silver, descovered in 1544, which is still being mined. Between 1545 and 1825 eight million African slaves and indigenous people died in the brutal conditions.
Bolivia
Potosi
Cerro Rico
 Mining supply shop selling tools and dynamite.
Bolivia
Potosi
Cerro Rico
 View of Potosi from the mines at 4300m.
Bolivia
Potosi
Cerro Rico
 One of the 32 cooperatives operating on the hill that employ 5000 miners.
Bolivia
Potosi
Cerro Rico
 Miners at a cooperative that runs 17 mines with 200 miners.
Bolivia
Tarapaya
 Tarapaya village.
Bolivia
Tarapaya
 Mud brick houses.
Bolivia
Tarapaya
 Isolated settlement.
Bolivia
Betanzos
 Betanzos is set in a fertile valley.
Bolivia
Betanzos
 Betanzos is a town famous for its Sunday market.
Bolivia
Betanzos
 The market at Betanzos is one of the largest in Bolivia.
Bolivia
Betanzos
 The busy market.
Bolivia
Central Highlands
 Highland settlement.
Bolivia
Central Highlands
 A small village.
Bolivia
Central Highlands
 Isolated village reached by dirt road.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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