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Which is Bolivia’s capital?



In Latin America’s poorest country, a new city has been built and a city park is being constructed in Bolivia’s biggest city.

The new city, the capital of Bolivian state of Bolivia, is located in the mountains and is expected to become the biggest city in the country.

The project has been designed by the Bolivians who have come up with a number of other design elements.

The city park will include a water feature and an open-air amphitheatre, with a restaurant, shops and a cinema.

The city park has been developed by the city government with help from private developers, including a company from London, and by the local government.

The capital city of Bolívar has seen an unprecedented surge in population.

It has a population of around 30,000 and is growing faster than the country’s population.

Bolivia has been experiencing a rapid economic boom, but many in the city are not pleased about the state of the economy.

The Bolivarian government has been trying to address the economic crisis by implementing a series of tax measures to stimulate the economy and alleviate the pressure on the state.

However, the measures have been hit by the countrys economic downturn and the Bolívians are feeling increasingly anxious about the health of the state’s finances.

Bolivian government said it would spend US$2 billion (RM4.1 billion) on the project, which will create 2,000 jobs and improve the quality of life of the city.

Bilívia city, a town of around 100,000, is known for its beautiful architecture and lush green spaces.

However the area around the new city park, called El Capitan, is still a very rural area and residents are complaining about the lack of services.

Many residents said the construction work would not be as well-organized and they were concerned about the security of the workers.

In an interview with the Associated Press news agency, Bolivia’s deputy foreign minister, Juan Carlos Motta, said: “The situation is very difficult, the people have not been consulted, the workers are not trained, the city has not been protected.”

Bolívia is Bolivia´s most populous city, with an average population of more than 50,000 people.

Beside the city, El Capitán will also house the Bolivia International University, the national university, which is also the world´s largest private university.

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