Cochabamba

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Retrieved on Feb. 15, 2007 He went on to be a self-declared "corporate yuppie" working for I.B.M. in Austin, Texas while earning a master's degree in business administration from St. Edward's University. He and his American wife Virginia then moved back to Bolivia. DATE OF BIRTH May 5, 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH Cochabamba, Bolivia DATE OF DEATH Transport


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; ''Sierra'', September 2001, v.86, iss.5, p.16. PBS Frontline World "Leasing the Rain", Video, June 2002 Amidst Bolivia's nationwide economic collapse and growing national unrest over the state of the economy, the Bolivian government was forced to withdraw the water contract. *1799 – War of the Second Coalition: Austrian (Habsburg Monarchy) forces Battle of Winterthur (1799) defeats

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privatization arise. The star is Mexican actor Gael García Bernal, and the film has received good criticism. Migration Historically, Cochabamba has been a destination for many Bolivians due to relatively improved economic opportunities and a more temperate climate. Bolivia's current President Evo Morales and ex-president Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada were both Senators representing Cochabamba, although they were born in Oruro (Oruro, Bolivia) and La Paz respectively and immigrated


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popular night spots - however noise isn't a problem while sleeping. Staff at the reception desk speak English, and are friendly. The room decor is outdated and the carpets need to be replaced. There is hot water and good water pressure. All the rooms have free Wi-Fi. On-site parking is available. The buffet breakfast is from 7AM until 10AM. Stay safe * Roving gangs of supposed glue sniffers (cleferos) are known to attack and rob people, especially at night. Stay on streets with ample


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. 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. The small town of Punata, some distance to the southwest, is especially well-known. Most small bars are on 25 de Mayo and España close to Plaza Colon. Av. Ballivian (Prado) has bigger and noisier stuff. The joints grow fancier and more expensive has you head north into Recoleta, centred on Calle Pando. *


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on Tuesday with a lot of indigenous people selling animals) * Visit nearby Tarata, nice picturesque town that can make an easy day trip * Visit nearby Quillacollo for it's Fiesta de la Virgen de Urkupiña (August 15) Volunteer *


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café-bar, with a very friendly Italian owner. Great place to start the night. Cocktails 13-25Bs. Beer 13Bs. Does very good Italian dishes. *


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, is the third tallest statue of Christ in Latin America, only smaller than the statue of Christ The Redeemer (Christ the Redeemer (statue)) in Brazil and Cristo de la Concordia in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Situated on the top of a hill, this image of Jesus with extended arms symbolises protection for the inhabitants of Torreon.<


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structures at Cochabamba in the outskirts of Utcubamba (Utcubamba River) in the current district of Leimebamba as well as other sites. It was due to the harsh treatment of the Chachapoyas during the years of subjugation that many of the Chachapoyas initially chose to side with the Spanish colonialists when they arrived in Peru. Guaman, a local ruler from Cochabamba, pledged his allegiance to the conquistador Francisco Pizarro after the capture of Atahualpa in Cajamarca. The Spanish moved in and occupied Cochabamba, extorting what riches they could find from the local inhabitants. birth_date

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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