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La Paz, Bolivia in South America

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Shadows of Moon Valley in La Paz, Bolivia 6 Featured La Paz Print

Shadows of Moon Valley in La Paz, Bolivia 6

La Paz, Bolivia - 19 May 2018; Not to be confused with the Valley of the Moon in Chile! Moon Valley is a much smaller area close to La Paz, the capital city of Bolivia. It consists of an area where erosion has worn away a mineral-rich mountain, leaving tall spires. I was told it was called thus because a visiting Armstrong - the first man on the moon - commented on how much it looked like the surface of that celestial body

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The town of Copacabana on the shores of the lake Titicaca, Bolivian plateau Altiplano, La Paz, Bolivia Featured La Paz Print

The town of Copacabana on the shores of the lake Titicaca, Bolivian plateau Altiplano, La Paz, Bolivia

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The ruins of Huanchaca, Chile - silver smelting works Featured La Paz Print

The ruins of Huanchaca, Chile - silver smelting works

Huanchaca ruins - the remains of an old silver smelting plant, located in Antofagasta, Chile. The Antofagasta (Chili) and Bolivia Railway Company plc was incorporated in London in 1888. It raised money on the London Stock Exchange to build and operate a railway from Antofagasta, a port on the Pacific Coast of Northern Chile, to La Paz, the capital of Bolivia. Date: circa 1920s

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