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from the Guardian

What If Latin America Ruled the World? by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

The Oruro Carnival (Carnaval de Oruro) is also known as the Diablada and is the number one tourist attraction in Bolivia.

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Tiwanaku, Bolivia

Monolithic statue "Idol" in the ruins of Tiahuanaco. Tiahuanaco, Bolivia sits high in the Andes at an altitude of around 2 miles above sea level.

Salt Hotel The world's only hotel made of salt is located in Bolivia, near the famous Uyuni salt desert. This outstanding complex emerged in 1993 and since then, it has been attracting a considerable number of tourists willing to stay in this one of a kind hotel, whose roof, beds, chairs, tables and bar are made entirely of salt.

Bolivia celebrates Labor Day or Día del Trabajo in which all stores and businesses shut down in honor of the celebration. Everyone participates.

via www.mountainadventures.com La Paz, Bolivia. Aymara women dancing in the parade for the "Gran Poder", the largest festival of the year for the entire country.