UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites of Bolivia
Written by Valentina Romano
Bolivia is a very beautiful country featuring incredible landscapes, wonderful mountain towns and the one-and-only Salar de Uyuni.
It is not a surprise that the UNESCO has selected several places to list under the World Heritage Sites, as Bolivia is a really incredible nation.
With a total of seven sites – among which one is natural and six are cultural – this country has been under UNESCO since 1987.
The first ever site to be picked was the City of Potosí in 1987, then the Jesuit Missions of the Chiquitos (1990), the Historic City of Sucre (1991), Fuerte de Samaipata (1998), Tiwanaku: Spiritual and Political Centre of the Tiwanaku Culture (2000), Noel Kempff Mercado National Park (2000), and finally Qhapaq Ñan, Andean Road System (2014).
As always The Golden Scope will show you how beautiful and unique these places are by including in this article numerous photos of the sites.
If you are ever travelling to Bolivia, don’t forget to go visit those locations, as they are all absolutely stunning and for this cannot be missed!
UNESCO’S WORLD HERITAGE SITES OF BOLIVIA
(All photos are from Google.com, and they all be long to their original owners)