Bolivia is an incredibly rich country in terms of languages spoken. It’s official, national language is Spanish, but indigenous groups speak a total of 36 other languages. These include Quechua, Aimara and Guaraní.
10,027,254 people live in Bolivia.
Population density in the country is recorded at 9,13 inhabitants per kilometre squared.
Bolivia’s currency is the boliviano.
The country is divided into nine departments (or states).
Bolivia remains to this day in a long battle with Chile in order to reclaim territory which opened out into the Pacific Ocean.
It has two capital cities. Sucre is the capital city for judicial matters. La Paz is the business, legislative and electoral