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Bolivian cuisine stems mainly from the combination of Spanish cuisine with traditional native Bolivian ingredients, with later influences from Germans, Italians, Basques, Croats, Russians, and Poles, due to the arrival of immigrants from those countries. The three traditional staples of Bolivian cuisine are corn, potatoes, and beans.

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The Bolivian Institute of Culture sponsors the arts and humanities and plays a role in preserving the nation's cultural heritage. Bolivia has a distinguished tradition in literature (especially the novel and short story), a popular oral tradition, and, to a lesser extent, graphic and performance arts.

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The culture of Bolivia is influenced by both indigenous cultures and the cultures of the colonial powers that ruled the country in the past. A church in Sajama National Park, Bolivia. Bolivia, a landlocked country located in South America, has a population size of 11.41 million. The national ...

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Bolivian culture is very diverse thanks to the differing origins of the Bolivian people. Bolivian society includes people of Spanish origin, descendants of the colonizers, indigenous groups from the Andes and mestizos, those who are a mixture of the two.

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In Bolivia cultures are very diverse and although most foreigners tend to think of Bolivia as a predominantly Andean, Aymara or Quechua country, there are actually 36 indigenous cultures in our country, each with their own customs, and most with their own languages.

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Bolivian Geography & Culture Nicknamed the Tibet of the Americas, landlocked Bolivia is the highest and most isolated country in the Americas. With elevations ranging from sea level to over 21,000 feet, the Bolivia landscape offers a mind-blowing array of complex ecosystems and stunning scenery.

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Bolivian culture is full of interesting and unusual traditions and customs. This is because Bolivian customs come from a wide range of origins, including the ancient indigenous groups, the Catholic Spaniards, and traditional Andean culture.

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The culture of the Bolivian Traditions was molded and influenced by over 30 native tribal groups and different immigrant cultures. Each of them has contributed its own lifestyles and beliefs to the assortment of the country’s traditions and customs.

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Culture of Bolivia Bolivia is a nation of rich cultural heritage. Perhaps nowhere else in South America can you experience such a rich blending of Colonial Spanish and traditional Inca culture.

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Bolivian activists Activists from the Amazon River basin arriving in the Bolivian capital of La Paz on June 27, 2012. Juan Karita/AP Bolivia is traditionally regarded as a highland country.