Atlas of Bolivia

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Bolivia
Bulibiya
Wiliwaya

Español Bolivia - Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia

El Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia es un país ubicado en el centro de América del Sur. Sus capitales son las ciudades de La Paz (sede de gobierno) y Sucre (constitucional). En extensión territorial ocupa la octava posición en el continente americano, y el vigésimo séptimo a nivel mundial. Limita al norte y al este con Brasil, al sur con Paraguay y Argentina , y al oeste con Chile y el Perú. Su capital es Sucre y su sede de gobierno es La Paz. Fue fundada inicialmente con el nombre de "República Bolívar" en honor a su libertador.

Qhichwa simi Bulibiya - Bulibiya Mama Llaqta

Bulibiya (Bulibiya Mama Llaqta) icha Qullasuyu nisqaqa Uralan Abya Yala mama llaqtanmi.

Aymar Wuliwya - Wuliwya Suyu
English Bolivia - Plurinational State of Bolivia

The Plurinational State of Bolivia, named after Simón Bolívar, is a landlocked country in central South America. It is bordered by ► Brazil on the north and east, ► Paraguay and ► Argentina on the south, and ► Chile and ► Peru on the west.


Short name  Bolivia
Official  name Plurinational State of Bolivia
Status Independent country since 1825
Location South America
Capital Sucre
Population 8,857,870 inhabitants
Area 1,098,581 km²
Major  languages Spanish, Quechua, Aymara (all official), Guaraní.
Major  religions Roman Catholicism
More information Bolivia, Geography of Bolivia, History of Bolivia and Politics of Bolivia
More  images Bolivia - Bolivia (Category).

General maps

Bl-map.png Basic map of Bolivia
Bolivia rel93.jpg Terrain map of Bolivia
Map of Bolivia Demis.png Terrain map of Bolivia (unlabeled)
Bolivia departments named.png Departments of Bolivia
Bolivia provinces.png Provinces of Bolivia (unlabeled)
Bolivia municipalities.png Municipalities of Bolivia (unlabeled)
Bolivia Municipios.png Municipalities of Bolivia (unlabeled, color)
Departamentos de Bolivia.png Departments of Bolivia (shaded)
Bolivia Topography.png Topography map of Bolivia (elevation map)
Mapa de precipitación Bolivia.png Precipitation map of Bolivia

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Bolivia, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Bolivia.

Huari-with-tiahuanaco.png Tiwanaku, Tiahuanaco
Inca-expansion.png Inca Expansion
Location Tawantin Suyu.png Provinces of the Inca Empire
Inka Provinces.jpg Inca Provinces
Late-intermediate-peru.png Major cultures in the Late intermediate period (1000-1400 CE) in Peru, 1438
Pachacuti-conquest.png Initial expansion of Kindom of Cusco, 1463
Tupac-inca-conquest.png Kingdom of Cusco, 1493
Theviceroyaltyofperu.png The Spanish Vice-Royalty of Peru
Location ConfederaciónPerú-Boliviana.png Peru-Bolivian Confederation (1836-1839)
ConfederaciónPerú-Boliviana div.png Peru-Bolivian Confederation
Peru-bol2.jpg
BoliviaMap.jpg Bolivia in the confederation
Guerra-del-pacifico-01-a.svg War of the Pacific
Guerra-del-pacifico-01-a.svg War of the Pacific
Disputed Bolivia Paraguay.jpg Chaco War between Paraguay and Bolivia
Borders-Bolivia-Chile-Peru-Before and after Pacfic War of 1879 SP.png Border changes
Bolivia territorial loss map LOC.jpg Territorial losses of Bolivia

Ethno-linguistic maps

Pueblos originarios de Bolivia.png Original peoples of Bolivia
Aymara-Language-Distributio.png Aymara language
Quechua (subgrupos).svg Quechua language
Quechua subgroups.gif Quechua language

Other maps

Mapa del Punto Tripartito Bolivia Brasil Paraguay.png
National parks of bolivia.PNG National parks
Jesuit Missions of the Chiquitos-en.png Jesuit Missions of the Chiquitos

Satellite maps

Satellite image of Bolivia in June 2002.jpg Satellite map

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