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Potosí Bolivia - Casa de la moneda

Potosí Bolivia - Casa de la moneda

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Bolivia, I walked here, We all living beings are made of the same energy and substance either matter or antimatter, therefore we have to respect life in all its disguises starting with animals and environment, going organic and vegetarian is a priority, http://stargate2freedom.wordpress.com. http://www.facebook.com/blueskyinfinito, http://www.flickr.com/photos/ninaohman/, http://about.me/BlueSkyinfinito

Bolivia, I walked here, We all living beings are made of the same energy and substance either matter or antimatter, therefore we have to respect life in all its disguises starting with animals and environment, going organic and vegetarian is a priority, http://stargate2freedom.wordpress.com. http://www.facebook.com/blueskyinfinito, http://www.flickr.com/photos/ninaohman/, http://about.me/BlueSkyinfinito

Potosi, Bolivia: Once one of the wealthiest cities on Earth, during the 1600’s it is said to have also been the most populous city on Earth, and larger that most European capitals.

Potosi, Bolivia: Once one of the wealthiest cities on Earth, during the 1600’s it is said to have also been the most populous city on Earth, and larger that most European capitals.

The Castillo de la Glorieta, is an eclectic castle built during the late 19th century. This palace is one of the most curious buildings constructed in Bolivia. Its owners, Francisco Argandoña & Clotilde Urioste received an honorary title from Pope Leon XIII on 12/28/1898, who declared them prince and princess of La Glorieta by means of an official Papal bull. Thus they became the only royalty in Bolivian history.

The Castillo de la Glorieta, is an eclectic castle built during the late 19th century. This palace is one of the most curious buildings constructed in Bolivia. Its owners, Francisco Argandoña & Clotilde Urioste received an honorary title from Pope Leon XIII on 12/28/1898, who declared them prince and princess of La Glorieta by means of an official Papal bull. Thus they became the only royalty in Bolivian history.

Orange colored Santa Teresa church in Potosi, Bolivia that was built in 1685. Photo: Mark Berman

Orange colored Santa Teresa church in Potosi, Bolivia that was built in 1685. Photo: Mark Berman

Entrance to colonial museum in Potosi, Bolivia.  1977. Photo by Roger Yorke

Entrance to colonial museum in Potosi, Bolivia. 1977. Photo by Roger Yorke

Iglesia San Cristobal - Potosi - Bolivia

Iglesia San Cristobal - Potosi - Bolivia

Potosi, Bolivia.

Potosi, Bolivia.

Misiones Jesuiticas, Santa Cruz, Bolivia

Misiones Jesuiticas, Santa Cruz, Bolivia

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