Bolivia like many other countries was a very rural country that had become very urban over the years, even though Bolivia is progressively becoming more urban more people are leaving each year, I presume everyone leaving Bolivia is probably going to probably going to places like America who have better education there.
Bolivia is a developing country this is because of the rate of the GDP per capita, life expectancy and literacy rate are moderately low compared to countries that are developed such as the United States the GDP per capita is about 53,000 dollars more than Bolivia's (in 2015), which is a lot more than Bolivias GDP and the amount it must surpass to be considered a developed country which is 3,000 U.S. dollars.
In Bolivia there four main languages spoken Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, and Guarai these are only a few of many languages spoken there. In Bolivia there are also only two main religions Roman Catholic, and Protestant, like with languages these are only main religions that are the most popular in Bolivia.
the witches market is a street market held in the heart of La Paz, Bolivia it is a place where you could find rare and unusual items such as potions, remedies and dried llama fetuses.
a woman selling at the witches market
Licancabur is a volcano on the border of Bolivia and Chile near the Andes Mountains. It was an active volcano before it was extinguished. It is also said to be a very religious land with spirits and gods inside of it and watching over it.