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calle Loa 891 esq calle Colon, Sucre, Bolivia
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It tasted as good as it looks like :)It tasted as good as it looks like :)

Sucre's dino track wallSucre's dino track wall

25 de Mayo Square (daylight)25 de Mayo Square (daylight)

the white citythe white city

Travel Tips for Sucre

The law court (some info)

by chancay

A constitutional, multiparty democracy with an elected president and bicameral legislature, Bolivia has separate executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government, with an attorney general independent of all three. The traditionally strong executive, however, tends to overshadow the Congress, whose role is generally limited to debating and approving legislation initiated by the executive.

Bolivia's nine departments received greater autonomy under the Administrative Decentralization law of 1995, although principal departmental officials are still appointed by the central government. Bolivian cities and towns are governed by elected mayors and councils. The most recent municipal elections took place in December 1999. The Popular Participation Law of April 1994, which distributes a significant portion of national revenues to municipalities for discretionary use, has enabled previously neglected communities to make striking improvements in their facilities and services.

Source: U.S. Department of State

Meet locals by playing table football with pupils

by Petit_Prince

From the square, at the top of Sucre, you have a nice view on the town. But you can also play table football with the pupils of the school which is right on the square. They will be happy if you invite them and they can save some bolivianos. They will be happy to speak with you as well, and you may take some nice picture. A rewarding experience, off the beaten path!

Important Buildings

by andal13

There are some important buildings to visit in Sucre: the University Museum of colonial painting, archaeology and anthropology (the ancient Inquisition Office); the Cathedral; San Francisco's Church; Oratorio San Felipe de Neri; the University.
The picture shows Santa Monica's Church.

Hay varios edificios importantes para visitar en Sucre : el Museo Universitario de pintura colonial, arqueología y antropología (la antigua oficina de la Inquisición), la Catedral, la Iglesia de San Francisco, el Oratorio San Felipe de Neri, la Universidad.
La foto muestra la iglesia de Santa Mónica.


by swesn

... +| Part of SA 2005 |+ ...

For more details of my SUCRE Travelogue (SA 2005), please visit :

( .. Copacabana .. Isla del Sol .. La Paz .. Cochabamba .. Torotoro .. Santa Cruz .. Sucre .. Potosi .. Uyuni .. Salar de Uyuni .. )

Capital of Bolivia

by chancay

Sucre, the white city of Bolivia (as Arequipa in Peru).

Really beautiful town with great cathedral and other beautiful buildings in colonial style. Besides there is a building constructed by Gustave Eiffel and for this reason as well a little (really little) copy of the tower of Eiffel (it´s for children normally), just next to this old train.


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