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Impressions of the Bolivian Andes
Transcript of Impressions of the Bolivian Andes
Carnival is very popular in Bolivia
The biggest one is celebrated in the town of Oruro
In Bolivia, you find a lot of traditional dances such as Caporales, Morenada, Pujllay, Diablada, Cueca and many more
Salar de Uyuni
The largest ethnic groups in the Andes are Aymara and Quechua
The colorful cloth is called Aguayo. Women use it in many situations f.ex. to carry food or children
The bowler hat is very typical for Aymara women
map of Bolivia: http://www.flickr.com/photos/50694521@N00/3473433057/in/photolist-6hWfCR-6i1pjb-6i1evy-6hW6N2-6i1f6w-6hW6Fx-6hW6Tv-6i1eiu-6i1fbE-6i1fhs-6i1pqw-6i1g7u-96gdqR-donxF9-6hWfcK-6hW7Tv-6i1oHA-6hWTAX-6i1pgC-6i22P1-6hWgsX-6i1ppN-6i1fQu-6hWfVe-7YAZg8-6i1ggC-6i1ge9-6hWfh4-cfw5if-6i1gL7-6i1gbU-55rZbE-6i1p2y-54ix4z-55rYZC-6i1pij-donpBk-6i1ozS-7iRBiF-55HLuy-54nKfw-54nJV1-7DCpjS-5d1nF8-5d5NY5-5d5LoN-6hWg8c-6i1gvQ-55nLcM-6i1phy-6hW4ZK