Chuquisaca Department: Pilcomayo River, I ao National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area, El Palmar Integrated Management Natural Area Books LLC

ISBN: 9781157291473

Published: May 29th 2010

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Chuquisaca Department: Pilcomayo River, I ao National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area, El Palmar Integrated Management Natural Area by Books LLC
May 29th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 30 pages | ISBN: 9781157291473 | 6.50 Mb

Chapters: Pilcomayo River, Inao National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area, El Palmar Integrated Management Natural Area, Monteagudo Municipality, Laguna La Laguna, Parapeti River, San Pedro River, Canon Verde River, . Source: Wikipedia.MoreChapters: Pilcomayo River, Inao National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area, El Palmar Integrated Management Natural Area, Monteagudo Municipality, Laguna La Laguna, Parapeti River, San Pedro River, Canon Verde River, . Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online.

Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Chuquisaca is a department of Bolivia located in the center south. It borders on the departments of Cochabamba, Tarija, Potosi, and Santa Cruz. The departmental capital is Sucre, which is also the constitutional capital of Bolivia. The department is traversed by the main cordillera of the Andes mountain range and lesser cordilleras. Parts of it lie within the basin of the Amazon River, and other parts within the basin of the Rio de La Plata.

The departments of Bolivia are governed by prefects. June 29, 2008, Savina Cuellar of the Alianza Comite Interinstitucional (ACI) was elected Prefect of Chuquisaca. The department is divided into 10 provinces which are further subdivided into municipalities and cantons. The native inhabitants were the Charcas, who were dispersed along riverbanks and lowlands. Their leaders, jampiris, sorcerers, and priests resided in the capital, Choque-Chaca, which according to 17th century chronicles had a population of several thousand.

Sucre (elev. 2750 m) is called the city of the four names, each name corresponding to a different period of its history. It was founded by the Spaniard Pedro de Anzures in 1538. It thrived due to its regional proximity to the famous silver mines of Potosi, and as Charcas served as capital of the Real Audiencia de Charcas, encompassing all of current Bolivias territory and more. Reverting to its native name of Chuquisaca, it was the Upper Perus chief administrative center and largest city.

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