Cochabamba

What is Cochabamba known for?


red+religious

: www.televisionboliviana.tv.bo Canal 7: TVB (Channel of the State) * Canal 9: Red Uno de Bolivia (national) * Canal 11: TVU (Televisión Universitaria) (local) * Canal 13: Red Unitel (Unitel Bolivia) (national) * Canal 15: Cristo viene la Red (Religious Channel) * Canal 18: Radio Televisión Popular (RTP) (national) * Canal 20 - Piñami de Comunicaciones (provincial


local commercial

and regional autonomy issues. Cochabamba is the third-largest conurbation in what country? Bolivia A project of social marketing in Bolivia in the 1980s tried to get women in the Cochabamba Valley to use soybean recipes in their cooking. This was an attempt to deal with chronic malnurishment among children. The project used cooking demonstrations, posters and broadcasts on local commercial radio stations. Some people did try soybeans but the outcome of the project


regular+opening

. Heroinas 270, seemingly without regular opening times. * '''Gopal''', Calle Espana, Hot and cold Buffet lunch bet. 10-20bs., the homemade jugs of juice are delicious. Ordering off the menu is possible in the evening, but not as good. Beautiful open courtyard to sit in. * ''Copal'', Calle España 250 (Between Ecuador and Colombia) in the same courtyard as the Hostel Nawpa House Drink The best ''chicha'', fermented corn (or peach) based beverage, is said to come from the Cochabamba region


music performances

tollfree fax hours price content a great arts and performance center based in an old slaughterhouse. They have rotating art exhibits, music performances, and other interesting stuff. The city is Bolivia`s paragliding capital. Several agencies offer tandem flights (300 Bs) and courses. A typical beginner´s course will take minimum 10 days (2 hours theory and 4 hours practice every day, 12 solo flights) and cost about 3000 Bs. Among the cheapest on the continent. *


development buildings

, a respected Bolivian commercial aviator. The Scouts have built several community development centers with the help of the German (Germany) Scouts, American Scouts (Boy Scouts of America), and Spanish Scouts (Scouting in Spain), among many others. These community centers are located in Cochabamba (headquarters); where a library and some other community development buildings are located, besides a convention center; La Paz (past headquarters), also a library and other community

development buildings, featuring assistance centers; and Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz de la Sierra). Other community centers are scheduled to be built, as of 2006. * Philippines on June 11, 2010; ref>


great arts

tollfree fax hours price content a great arts and performance center based in an old slaughterhouse. They have rotating art exhibits, music performances, and other interesting stuff. The city is Bolivia`s paragliding capital. Several agencies offer tandem flights (300 Bs) and courses. A typical beginner´s course will take minimum 10 days (2 hours theory and 4 hours practice every day, 12 solo flights) and cost about 3000 Bs. Among the cheapest on the continent. *


arts films

came about as Forster wanted to show oil had replaced gold as the most precious material. The producers rejected Haggis's idea that Vesper Lynd had a child, because "Bond was an orphan ... Once he finds the kid, Bond can't just


social+progressive

Paz Estenssoro named him Planning Minister. As Planning Minister, Sánchez de Lozada oversaw a series of economic structural reforms that steered the country away from state capitalism, towards a mixed economy. He describes himself as a fiscal conservative and social progressive. Morales' family were subsistence farmers (subsistence farming), and from an early age he took part in his parents' work, aiding in planting and harvesting crops and guarding their herd of llamas and sheep, always


main radio


game film

: www.filmquarterly.org 2009 06 cinema-for-a-grand-new-game Cinema for a Grand New Game , ''Film Quarterly'' Mizque is located on a well maintained highway which to the north-west leads through the Valle Alto to Cochabamba. In the other direction, as National Road 23, the route runs southwards to Aiquile and, beyond that, to Sucre. '''Eliodoro Camacho''' (1831 – 1899) was a noted Bolivian politician, party leader, and presidential candidate

Cochabamba

'''Cochabamba''' is a city in central Bolivia, located in a valley bearing the same name in the Andes mountain range. It is the capital (Capital (political)) of the Cochabamba Department and is the fourth largest city in Bolivia (list of cities in Bolivia) with approximate population of 1.938.401. (http: www.ine.gob.bo pdf boletin NP_2013_2.pdf) The name derives from a compound of the Quechua (Quechua languages) words ''qucha'', meaning "lake", and ''pampa'', "open plain". Diccionario Bilingüe Iskay simipi yuyayk'ancha pdf Residents of the city and surrounding areas are commonly referred to as ''Cochalas''. Cochabamba is known as the "City of Eternal Spring" and "The Garden City" due to its spring-like temperatures year round. It is also known as "La Llajta", "town" in Quechua.

The city is host to the first World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth.

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