A city of the past and a major example of colonial art. Also named by UNESCO "Cultural Patrimony of Humanity". In 1650, Potosi was one of the largest and wealthiest cities of the world, known for its silver mines, magnificent architecture and extravagance. Today, Potosi speaks of its history with a language of stone written with the blood and sweat of the silver miners; a sample city of colonial exploitation.
Passing the Pilcomayo River, offering a spectacular contrast from the valley to the highlands. Arrival in Potosi, also known as Villa Imperial ...
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