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Bolivia
Relocation Contact

Jorge Pereira
bolivia@larmgroup.com
Address:
Av. 6 de Agosto Nº 2455 Edi. Hilda
Piso 1 Oficina 102, La Paz - Bolivia

Phone: (59-1-2) 244-2442
Cellular: (59-1) 678-99209
Fax: (59-1-2) 222-3127
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Full country name:
Plurinational State of Bolivia 
Capital
Unlike most countries Bolivia has two capitals. Sucre is the constitutional capital and La Paz is the administrative capital.
Area
1,098,581 km2 (424,163 sq mi)
Population
Approx. 10,560,00
Major Industries
Agriculture, pharmaceuticals, smelting, petroleum, food and beverages, tobacco, handicrafts, clothing, tin mining, natural gas.


Bolivia is one of two landlocked countries that has no oceans and also is one of the highest cities in altitude. The main features of La Paz's geography include the Altiplano, a highland plateau of the Andes, ana Lake Titicaca (Lago Titicaca), the largest lake in South America and the highest, commercially navigated lake on earth.

LOCATION
Bolivia is located in the west-central part of South America. It borders five countries with a total of 6,743 km (4,190 mi) of borders; of these, the longest is the 3,400 km (2,113 mi) northeastern border with Brazil. Bolivia also neighbors Peru, with a 900 km (559 mi) border.

CLIMATE
Bolivia’s climate varies greatly from season to season. Between November and March is the summer season when the weather is typically warmer and wetter. April through October, the winter months, it is typically colder and drier. In the highlands, the climate can be very cold and temperatures usually go below zero in the evening. However in Sucre, Cochabamba and Tarija the winters are much nicer with blue skies and comfortable temperatures.

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