The bolivian amazon, Bella Vista
|Bolivia is a country of natural diversified beauty, it has a surface of approximately 1 million eight thousand of km2, and a population of more than 8 million inhabitants. The political capital is La Paz and Sucre is the judicial capital.
The official languages are: Spanish, Aymara and Quechua, there are some zones where Tupi-guaraní and Guaraní are spoken. It is considered a cosmopolitan country.
The country is divided into three zones: the highlands, the valleys and plains.
The highlands are dominated by the Andes mountain range, including Sajama at 6555m above sea level along with Illimani, Mururata, Huayna Potosí – all above 6000m. Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world (at 3850 masl.) is in the Highlands too.
Bella Vista is located in the department of Beni, Iténez Province in the northwest of Bolivia, and covers 213,564 km².
The Beni shares its borders with Pando to the north, Brazil to the east, the Mosetenes and Marimonos mountains to the south, the department of Santa Cruz to the southeast and the department of La Paz to the west.
This area has the purest air in the world according to many specialists in climatological and ecologic sciences. An example, the tajibo tree is responsible for most of the oxygen generation in the world.
Claude Brosse & Marcela Gastelú
Bella Vista (Vía Magdalena)
Provincia Itenéz - Beni - Bolivia
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