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A Travel Blog entry by chasqui1970 from Sucre, Bolivia
The city with 4 different names. In 1990 when I served my mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints I was assigned to Sucre as my first area. Here I learned the Spanish language, to eat the Bolivian food and more then ...
A Travel Blog entry by celine_3kings from Sucre, Chuquisaca, Bolivia
... . § La Plata was the name given to the emerging Hispanic city of privilege and honor. § The name Chuquisaca was bestowed upon the city during the independence era. Nowadays Chuquisaca is the name of the province. ...
A Travel Blog entry by ristohannah from Sucre, Bolivia
... history: Charcas - its original indigenous name; La Plata - what the Spaniards called it after discovering silver in nearby Potosi; Chuquisaca - what is was called during the independence era; Sucre - in honour of Antonio Jose de Sucre, Bolivia´s ...
A Travel Blog entry by daria_juergen from Sucre, Bolivia
... is a lovely place to stay over Christmas. Sucre, also known historically as Charcas, or La Plata and Chuquisaca with a population of 247,300 is the constitutional capital of Bolivia, the capital of the department of ...
A Travel Blog entry by vicandmon from Sucre, Bolivia
... founded by the Franciscans and in 1609, an archbishopric was founded in the city. In 1624, St Francis Xavier University of Chuquisaca was founded. Very much a Spanish city during the colonial era, the narrow streets of the city centre are organised in a ...
A Travel Blog entry by gjtrip from Sucre, Bolivia
... del dipartimento di Chuquisaca e della provincia di Oropeza. Storicamente è conosciuta come Charcas, La Plata e Chuquisaca ed è stata la capitale dell'Alto Perù.Nel 1991, l'UNESCO riconobbe Sucre come patrimonio dell'umanità. La ...
A Travel Blog entry by foradecasa from Potosi, Bolivia
Por Robson English version Primeiro post da jornada do Projeto ...
A Travel Blog entry by foradecasa from Sucre, Bolivia
... apenas as cortes supremas do Judiciário. Na Bolívia, as regiões têm fortes influências indígenas. Em Sucre, os Chuquisaca-Quechuas são o grupo predominante, diferentes dos Guaranis de Santa Cruz e dos Aymaras do altiplano. Hoje com 300mil ...
A Travel Blog entry by ninaholidays from Sucre, Bolivia
... Buildings Casa de la Libertad (House of Liberty) Hot Policeman Dinosaur Footprints FACT: Sucre Sucre known previously as "Chuquisaca", in 1839, after the city became capital of Bolivia (in honour of revolutionary leader, Antonio José de ...
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