Home of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia is located in south-western South America. Bolivia contains Lake Titicaca, which is the highest lake in South America. Bolivia is also the home of the world’s highest capital city, La Paz. La Paz is mountainous and so is the western part of Bolivia. In the west, Bolivia has the Andes. In addition, Bolivia has another capital, Sucre. Sucre was named after Bolivia’s first president and is also where the supreme court is.
Bolivia has a population of 8, 922,000 which is not very much. The main languages spoken are Spanish, Quechua, and Aymara. Their religion is Roman Catholic and their currency is Boliviano. Their life expectancy is 63 and their literacy percent is 87, which is higher compared to most countries. Bolivia’s main industries are mining, smelting, petroleum, and food and beverages. Their agriculture includes soybeans, coffee, cocoa, and cotton. They export soybeans, natural gas, zinc, gold, and wood. Unfortunately, Bolivia is a poor country. No matter, Bolivia is a beautiful country in its own way.