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Bolivia (crema) 1/1.750.000

AA. VV.
Bolivia (crema) 1/1.750.000

Bolivia (crema) 1/1.750.000

Bolivia (crema) 1/1.750.000

AA. VV.
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Our soft-laminated folded map of Bolivia in the 5th edition shows: Bolivia West 1:1 750 000, Bolivia East 1:2 500 000, La Paz 1:10 000, La Paz & Region 1:400 000, Cochabamba 1:18 000, Santa Cruz 1:18 000, Potosi 1:12 000, Sucre 1:12 000, Tiwanacu 1:10 000, Bolivia administrative & time zones. Borch Maps are easy to fold, durable and water-repellent...
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Our soft-laminated folded map of Bolivia in the 5th edition shows: Bolivia West 1:1 750 000, Bolivia East 1:2 500 000, La Paz 1:10 000, La Paz & Region 1:400 000, Cochabamba 1:18 000, Santa Cruz 1:18 000, Potosi 1:12 000, Sucre 1:12 000, Tiwanacu 1:10 000, Bolivia administrative & time zones. Borch Maps are easy to fold, durable and water-repellent with a wipeable surface. Borch Maps show hotels, museums, monuments, markets, public transport, top sights and points of interest, useful statistics, conversion charts for temperatures, weights and measurements, climate charts showing temperatures, sunshine hours, precipitation and humidity, overview maps, time zones and much more...Bolivia's awesome landscape stretches from the snowcapped peaks of the Andean Cordillera through a labyrinth of dramatic hills and valleys into pampas and dense jungle. The salt pans and deserts of the southwest make for breathtaking, semi-lunar surroundings. The stunning canyons around Tupiza and misty valleys of the Yungas offer exhilirating trekking. In the lowlands, riverboats bring nature buffs deep into the Amazon rainforest. The historic cities of Potosí and Sucre are treasure troves of colonial architecture, their bustling atmosphere contrasting with the serene calm of old towns such as Caroico, Sorata and Tarija. The Altiplano is home to a large indigenous population, most of whom have retained their traditional ways and lifestyles, providing you with ample opportunity to enjoy their Andean music.