Geographical atlas of North and South America

Free download large scale geographical atlas mainland of South America

Easy read highway and local road atlas  continent  of South America 2017

  1. Map of Argentina with brief information about the country
  2. Large scale map of Argentina with cities and roads
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  4. Detailed map of resource of Argentina with agriculture and industry
  5. Topographic and resource maps of Brazil
  6. Map of Brazil, with a brief geographical and historical information about the country
  7. Geographic map of the Northern part of Brazil
  8. Detailed map of Bolivia with the terrain and detailed information about the state with facts and figures
  9. Topographic and resource maps of Bolivia. List of all cities and towns of Bolivia
  10. Large scale detailed map of Chile with the terrain and detailed information about the state with facts and figures
  11. Topographic and resource maps of Chile
  12. A large map of Colombia with a brief historical sketch and accurate geographic data about the South American country of Colombia
  13. Topographic and resource maps of Colombia
  14. Big map of Ecuador with a brief historical outline and full of geographic data about the South American country of Ecuador
  15. Topographic and resource maps of Ecuador, list of provinces of Ecuador
  16.  Geographical map of Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana for free download
  17. Topographic and resource maps of Guianas
  18. Area of Paraguay, the number of population, main crops, industry, culture Paraguay - all on a single map
  19. Large scale map of Paraguay with cities and roads
  20. Full information about Peru on one geographical map with cities, rivers, mountains and places of interest
  21. Topographic and resource maps of Peru
  22. Full information about Uruguay on the one geographical map with cities, rivers, mountains and places of interest
  23. Topographic and resource maps of Uruguay
  24. Full information about Venezuela on one geographical map with cities, rivers, mountains and places of interest
  25. Large scale map of Venezuela with cities and roads

Map of Bolivia. A more detailed map of Bolivia with the terrain and detailed information about the state with facts and figures.

Map of Bolivia for free used

Map of Bolivia

Bolivia

 

Bolivia is a landlocked country that is one of the poorest in South America. It contains part of the Andes Mountains, together with forested plains in the north and east. Native Americans have lived in the area for about 10.000 years. The main groups today are the Aymara and the Quechua. Both languages are official, with Spanish. Bolivian culture, like that of much of South America, is a mix of local and European influences.

 

Area: 1,098,581 sq km (424,165 sq miles) Highest point: Nevado Sajama. 6,542 m (21.463 ft)

Population: 7,588,000

Capital: La Paz (actual). Suae (official)

Largest cities La Paz (pop 785,000).

Santa Cruz (pop 767.000).

Cochabamba (pop 449,000)

Official languages: Spanish, Aymara. Quechua

Religions: Christianity (Roman Catholic 89%. Protestant 10%), other 1%

Government: Republic

Currency: Boliviano

 

Tin is mined in Bolivia, a country rich in minerals, including oil. gold, and silver. Bolivia exports minerals, but it has few manufacturing industries. Soya beans and timber are also exported.

 

Potatoes and wheat are grown on the Alliplano. a plateau between the eastern and western ranges of the Andes. Bananas, cocoa, coffee, and maize are grown at lower, warmer levels. Agriculture employs about 47 percent of Bolivia's people.

 

Reed pipes and flutes are played by Native American musicians in the Andes. Their haunting music is played at traditional festivals.

 

La Paz is the world's highest capital city. It stands at about 3.660 m (12,000 ft) above sea level and is ringed by snowcapped peaks. The Spanish founded La Paz in 1548 on the site of an Aymaran village.

 

Traditional dress is still worn by many of the poorer people in the mountains. The women wear bright skirts and bowler hats.

 

Antonio Jose de Sucre (1795-1830) helped to end Spanish rule in South America. Sucre, the official capital of Bolivia, is named after the great general. The city, which was founded in 1538, contains Bolivia's supreme court but most government buildings are in La Paz, the actual capital and largest city.

Map of Bolivia. A more detailed map of Bolivia with the terrain and detailed information about the state with facts and figures.