Bolivia, the central and western countries of South America. Bolivia is approximately 1,500 km south and 1,300 km east-west. Brazil borders on north and east, Paraguay on southeast, Argentina on south and southwest and west. Chile, northwest to Peru. Bolivia is one of the countries with the largest number of official languages in the world, and 39 languages are legally recognized as official languages. The official language in Bolivia is Quechuan and Aymara, which have more than a million native speakers. Castilian is a Spanish dialect that is common in Bolivia throughout the country. The population is 11.05 million. The total area of Bolivia is 1.09 million square kilometers. The capital of Bolivia is Sucre.
The size of the interior of Bolivia is the sum of California and Texas. Brazil forms the eastern border, the other neighbors are Peru and Chile in the west and Argentina and Paraguay in the south. Surrounded by two connections in the Andes, the west is a large plateau with an average height of 12,000 feet (3,658 m). Nearly half the population lives on the plateau, including Oruro, Potosi and La Paz. La Paz is the highest administrative capital in the world at 3,630 meters. The east is a lowland area from the rainforest to the grasslands covering two thirds of the north and east of the country. Lake Titicaca, located 3812 meters above sea level, is the highest body of merchant ships in the world. The country has a long history. It was once the center of the ancient Tiakuanaco Empire, which was part of the Inca Empire from the 15th to the early 16th century.
Cochabamba is a city in Bolivia. It is located at a width of -17.39 and a length of -66.16, at an altitude of 2,577 meters. Cochabamba has 900,414 inhabitants and is the largest city. It runs in the BOST time zone.