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30 September 2009

¡Atención Bolivia!

Find one interesting fact out about the country your class is named after, in your case, BOLIVIA Please post your fact below. Make sure you read the facts first because no repeating facts will be accepted. You can add facts or pictures, even video if it relates to Bolivia and is relevant and appropriate. Be sure to put your first name and last initial when you post!

You will need to look back on classmates posts in the future, so be sure to check back here often!
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23 comments:

Srta. S said...

The capital of Bolivia is Sucre or La Paz.

Zach D a.k.a. Senor Fabuloso said...

The Bolivian flag is red, yellow, and green with some sort of symbol in the middle. To see better pictures go to- http://www.travel-bolivia.com/bolivia-flag.html. See you guys on monday.

Sam P. said...

It is bordered by Brazil to the north and east, Paraguay and Argentina to the south, and Chile and Peru to the west.

Madeline M. said...

The Bolivian population is estimated at about 9 million. It consists of Amerindians, Europeans, Asians, and Africans. Its multiethnic. Have a good weekend! Adios!

Jake A said...

Bolivia is located in South America and is bordered by Brazil to the north and the east, Paraguay and Argentina are located to the south, and Chile and Peru are located to the west.See you guys Monday. Adios

michael k said...

Bolivia is bordered by Brazil in the north and east, Paraguay and Argentina to the south, and Chile and Peru to the west.

Maddie Showalter said...

Bolivia has two capitals, Sucre and La Pez. They have two capitals because Sucre hold the judicial branch but La Pez holds the president and congress. To read more about it go to: http://ask.yahoo.com/20020508.html

Casey B. said...

Languages spoken in Bolivia are Spanish, Quechua and Aymara.
see you monday.

Brandon E said...

The size of Bolivia is 424,162 square miles. What a cool fact

Chelsea B said...

Bolivia got it's independence on August 6th, 1825.

Anonymous said...

Taylor k

Bolivia is a landlock country in south America, it is known for its cultural wealth.

Bolivia also achieved independence from Spanish rule in 1825.

tyler L. said...

Landlocked Bolivia is equal in size to California and Texas combined. Brazil forms its eastern border.

BIKE!

John C. said...

More than 60% percent of Bolivia's citizens are indian, predominantly Quechua and Aymara.

Ryan F. said...

It is common to see potatoes in some form served with almost every meal. pasta and rice are also favorites. Bolivians eat a lot more pork than people in the United States or Canada. Chicken and beef are also common. Sometimes they also eat goat, llama or guinea pig.

KASEY T. said...

Here is a web site for a map of Bolivia!! http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/samerica/bo.htm

It also has some interesting facts!!!

KASEY T. said...

See you Monday!!

Kaitlyn O said...

In 1561 Santa Cruz was founded.

michael k said...

Lunch is the most importaant meal of the day in bolivia. I usually includes soup and a main dish.

Jessica.D said...

Tarija is Bolivia's wine growing region.The area is home to some of the world's highest vineyards up to 6,500 feet (2,000 m) above sea level.

jake m said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlfUpC7yh74

Remmi Z. said...

The currency Bolivia uses is boliviano.$1 US Dollar = 7.10 Bolivian Boliviano.To see a picture of the Boliviano, visit this website.http://www.boliviabella.com/images/bolivia_facts_money_currency_coins.jpg
http://www.atsnotes.com/catalog/bolivia/bolivia-158.JPG

Taylor H. said...

Bolivia is always cool and rainy.

jace hansen said...

bolivias goverment is a democracy