Sucre

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Towards Socialism gaining the largest and second largest shares of the vote. The council elected in April 2010 and seated in late December 2010 is as follows: class "wikitable sortable" style "font-size: 95%" - style "background:#E9E9E9;" ! '''Office''' ! '''Council Member''' ! '''Biography''' ! colspan "2" '''Party''' - President Domingo Martínez Cáceres Agricultural engineer, former Sub-Mayor, previous Council President, docent in the Agronomy


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of Arequipa, Potosí, Chuquisaca (Sucre) , Panama and La Paz, but met with considerable opposition from the viceroy, Francisco de Toledo, Count of Oropesa. His official duties obliged him to investigate personally a very extensive range of territory, so that he acquired a practical knowledge of the vast province, and of its aboriginal inhabitants. At the provincial council of 1582, at Lima, Acosta played a very important part. Called


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, and was elected in 1972 as general secretary of CELAM. He represented a more orthodox position, becoming a favorite of pope John Paul II and the "principal scourge of liberation theology." Elena Curti, "Study in Scarlet", ''The Tablet'', 8 May 2010, p.4. Trujillo's faction became predominant in CELAM after the 1972 Sucre conference, and in the Roman Curia after the CELAM conference in Puebla, Mexico, in January 1979. While


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rural children, good fast WiFi, quiz nights, Friday nights local bands, Bohemian vibe. * '''Pizzaría Napolitana''', 25 de Mayo #30, Pastas, pizzas and big sandwiches. A lunch menu cost BOB25, -somewhat overpriced, but serves until 5PM. * '''La Taverna''', Acre 835, in the courtyard of the Alliance Francaise. Good French inspired food but using local ingredients and wine. Good continental breakfast at BOB20, but the place was rarely found open in the morning. Set menu for BOB45,- from 12-3PM

and generally not as great as El Germen, but it is a lot cheaper. *


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destinations outside of Sucre is Maragua crater, a region of unusual rock formations. The crater is not volcanic (contrary to what some say), but was formed by erosion. Fossils of marine shells are still found in the region and sold by local children. It is possible to spend a night in the village inside the crater. Conditions are basic but the experience unique. Simple meals are available too. * There are many other popular destinations that most tour groups can arrange visits to. At Icla there are rubber-tubing tours through a river canyon. The village of Yamparaez, on the road to Tarabuco is a good starting point for condor-spotting treks. There were once natural thermal baths by the river behind Maragua, but an avalanche or ownership dispute that was settled by dynamite (depends who you talk to), destroyed these. It is hoped they will be reconstructed soon. * If you are planning on doing much trekking or camping in the mountains around Sucre, it is highly recommended that you take a guide. Conditions change fast, many of the routes are small or hard to find, and it is important to be sensitive to local cultures (also note the language of chocie is Quechua, so don't assume anyone you meet can speak Spanish). For these reasons it is very useful to have a local guide with you. For one or more-day expeditions to the Cordillera de los Frailes, the Dutch run Travel Agency "Bolivia Specialist" at Nicolás Ortiz #30 is highly recommended. After office hours they have a person for Tours at the Café Restaurant "Florín" at the Bolívar #567. * Condortrekkers arranges locally-lead trekking expeditions to most of the above destinations, and are currently the only organisation that offer overnight trips to Tarabuco, staying in a local village before hitting Tarabuco first thing in the morning. For more info see the listing above or visit Condortrekkers. * If you stay longer and want to escape the city for some fresh air and nature, consider the Centro Ecologico in Aritumayu, splendid clean river with waterfalls nearby, and basic but clean accommodation available (romantic: no electricity nor cellphone coverage) 1.5 hour drive by 4WD. Bookings via High Routes at Bolivar #482. WikiPedia:Sucre Commons:Category:Sucre, Bolivia


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shared bath BOB70, dorm bed shared bath BOB30, breakfast included checkin 11AM checkout 10:30AM content Laundry service, fast internet (no wifi, just one computer in lobby), Spanish lessons one by one basis, no lockers only security box at lobby, gas powered hot showers. The bathrooms could do with more frequent cleaning, there seems to be a problem with drainage causing the sink to block and when you take a shower expect to stand in inches of water. Great hostel, just really grumpy non helpful staff. Theft from the rooms have been reported. * '''Hostal Austria''' (opposite the bus terminal), is a good and comfortable place if you're looking for something close to the bus terminal. Single with shared bathroom BOB35 with private bathroom BOB60. * WikiPedia:Sucre Commons:Category:Sucre, Bolivia


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Tabaco´s Soul url email address Calle San Alberto lat long directions phone tollfree fax hours Never ends. price Drinks BOB15, 0,6 l beer BOB11,50. content Plays rock. Check your bill! great mixed drinks served in pitchers. Cheap and very social *


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email sucreschoolofspanish@hotmail.com address Riosinho 403 lat long directions phone +591-46437534 fax hours price content A small, personal school with one-on-one lessons for USD5 per hour. * WikiPedia:Sucre Commons:Category:Sucre, Bolivia


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) are the respective capitals. - - align center August 11 bgcolor #FFE5CC The '''Bolivian Republic''' gains independence from the Kingdom of Spain (History of Spain) at the conclusion of the Bolivian War of Independence. Chuquisaca (Sucre) (later Sucre) is the capital. - A career military officer and native of Sucre, Daza came to power on May 4, 1876 in a coup against the constitutional president Tomás Frías (Tomás Frías Ametller). He was supported by much of the country's financial elite because of his avowal to maintain order and stability. To a large extent, Daza entered the Palacio Quemado with a desire to create Bolivian control over the remote, sparsely-populated maritime province of Litoral. By the late 1870s, the latter was already settled mostly by Chileans, who found access to the region much easier than did the highland Bolivians. Predictably, a corollary of this growing physical and economic Chilean presence in the region was its irrendentist claim by Santiago, especially when rich deposits of guano were discovered near the Bolivian port of Mejillones. To make matters worse, Daza was facing an ongoing recession and the effects of the most severe drought in Bolivian history up to that point. Daza hoped to gather the support of nationalist Bolivians to strengthen his internal position from insurrections, a massive demonstration by artisans in Sucre, and widespread opposition. http: countrystudies.us bolivia 10.htm For these reasons, he rescinded the treaty (quite favorable to Chile) that had been signed in 1874 by President Frías freeing from Bolivian taxation all Chilean citizens living and working in the now disputed Litoral region. Chile threatened war, and Daza immediately invoked an existing self-defense pact alliance with Peru. In February and March 1879, Chilean troops invaded and occupied the Litoral, sparking the War of the Pacific. WikiPedia:Sucre Commons:Category:Sucre, Bolivia


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of Alegria for BOB20, then walk the remaining 3km. Or negotiate for the driver to take you all the way. Take food, water, towels, bathing suit, sunscreen as there are no services nearby. The waterfalls make for a pleasant day-trip. You can hike around (wear sandals not shoes, as the path crosses streams) and swim in the natural pools. As of October 2010 this site was closed due to frequent robberies in the area. Ensure you check with locals before travelling. Note: In May the waterfalls were

Sucre

'''Sucre''' ( (population 247,300 in 2006) is the constitutional capital of Bolivia, the capital of the department of Chuquisaca (Chuquisaca department), and the 6th most populated city (List of cities in Bolivia) in Bolivia. Located in the south-central part of the country, Sucre lies at an elevation of 2,810 meters (9,214 feet). This relatively high altitude gives the city a cool temperate climate year-round.

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