PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA
BOLIVIA. General data, History, Geography, Climate, Administrative divisions, Demographics, Languages, Religions, Economy, Culture, Cities with more than 90,000 inhabitants, Official holidays.
CITIES AND VILLAGES IN BOLIVIA. Cities in Bolivia with over 100,000 inhabitants. Cities in Bolivia with population from 20,000 to 100,000 inhabitants. Cities and villages in Bolivia with population less than 20,000 inhabitants.
DISTANCES BETWEEN CITIES IN BOLIVIA. Santa Cruz - Arica - Camiri - Cochabamba - Comarapa - Concepción - Hito Villazón - La Paz - Montero - Oruro - Pisiga - Potosí - Puerto Suarez.
LOST TERRITORIES OF BOLIVIA. At present the territory of Bolivia is 1,098,581 km2, making ranked fifth among the countries of South America behind Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Colombia. At the time of independence (the independence of the Republic of Bolivia was proclaimed on August 6, 1825 at a conference in Chuquisaca), Bolivia had 2,363,769 km2, in relation to their current territory the difference is 1,265,188 km². Bolivia lost territory by wars and diplomatic channels: With Brazil (wars conflicts and diplomatic channels) in the years 1860, 1867, 1903 and 1958 Bolivia lost 490,430 km2 of their territory; With Chile (war conflict) in 1879 Bolivia lost 120,000 km2 of their territory; With Argentina (border disputes, diplomatic channels) in 1897 Bolivia lost 170.758 km2 of their territory; With Peru (border demarcations, diplomatic channels) in 1909 Bolivia lost 250,000 km2 of their territory; With Paraguay (war conflict) in 1935 Bolivia lost 234,000 km2 of their territory.
PHYSICAL MAP OF BOLIVIA. Populated places, Lakes, Rivers, Capitals of Departments, Capitals of Provinces, Territorial boundaries, Hypsometric tints, Lakes, Rivers, Salt lakes, Pantanal, Swamps, Flatland. Bolivia can be divided into three physiographic regions: Andean Region: 28% of the territory (307,603 km2); Sub-Andean region: 13% of the territory (142,815 km2); Llanos region: 59% of the territory (648,163 km2).
NEW CONSTITUTION OF BOLIVIA (December 2007), (Spanish language). Fundamentals of Bolivia. Fundamental rights and guarantees in Bolivia. Civil rights in Bolivia. Rights of nations and peasant indigenous peoples in Bolivia. Education, multiculturalism and cultural rights in Bolivia. Judicial guarantees and defense actions of Bolivia. Structure and functional organization of Bolivia. Structure and territorial organization of Bolivia. Executive bodies of the autonomous governments of Bolivia. Economic of Bolivia. Resources of Bolivia and their distribution. Protected areas and forest resources in Bolivia.
PRINCIPAL RIVERS AND LAGOONS IN BOLIVIA. Bolivia has three river systems or basins. Drainage basin Norte or Amazon. From east to west is constituted mainly by rivers Madre de Dios, Orthon, Abuná, Beni, Yata, Mamoré e Iténez or Guaporé. Drainage basin Central Lacustre. Formed by lakes Titicaca y Poopó, Desaguadero River and great salt flats Coipasa and Uyuni. Drainage basin Sur.
TYPES OF CLIMATE IN BOLIVIA. Temperature, relative humidity and rainfall in agricultural areas of Bolivia. Map of annual precipitation in Bolivia. Climate map of Bolivia (Thornthwaite method). Bolivia has almost all types of climate (tropical on the plains and polar climate in the mountainous areas of Bolivia). In addition to the variability of the weather in Bolivia, in many of areas of Bolivia are rapidly changing weather conditions during the year, which is difficult to predict. Climatic conditions in Bolivia are determined by several factors, among which the most important are: the geographical position of the area, height, terrain, wind direction and strength and climatic phenomenon called El Niño and La Niña. El Niño - Southern Oscillation.