Posts tagged "colors"

Posted 1 week ago / 20 notes #salar #uyuni #bolivia #potosi #colors #mirror / Via: 31h21

Salar de Uyuni, Potosi/Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni, Potosi/Bolivia

Street art - La Paz, Bolivia

Street art - La Paz, Bolivia

Posted 4 months ago / 15 notes #carnaval #bolivia #colors / Via: funinjejune

Bolivian colors

Bolivian colors

Cholita, Bolivia
By Nomadic Samuel

Cholita, Bolivia

By Nomadic Samuel

Oruro/Bolivia
by kübra karaçizmeli

Oruro/Bolivia

by kübra karaçizmeli

Tienda de instrumentos, La Paz/Bolivia

Tienda de instrumentos, La Paz/Bolivia

Bolivian aguayo notebook 
(11x11cm)

Bolivian aguayo notebook 

(11x11cm)

Posted 7 months ago / 46 notes #bolivia #colors

Bolivian people

Bolivian people

La Paz, Bolivia

La Paz, Bolivia

Posted 8 months ago / 12 notes #bolivia #tarabuco #aguayo #men #colors / Via: uhoh7

Bolivian people - Tarabuco by Cesar Angel. Zaragoza on Flickr


Bolivian people - Tarabuco

by Cesar Angel. Zaragoza on Flickr

Posted 8 months ago / 10 notes #mamani mamani #bolivia #colors #paint / Via: catriderz

Mamani Mamani, Bolivia


Mamani Mamani, Bolivia

Entrada Universitaria - La Paz

"If you travel to La Paz during the month of July, you would probably assume that people there like to celebrate often the culture of Bolivia. It seems that every week there is a major parade traversing the capital; a feast that usually includes plenty of live music, colorful costumes and traditional dances. It also seems that Paceños (as people from La Paz are referred to) like to leave the best for last. Every year, on the last Saturday of July takes place the Entrada Universitaria, one of the largest and most important folkloric manifestations in La Paz.”

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Street art, La Paz, Bolivia

Street art, La Paz, Bolivia

Dancing with danger
This sensational South American festival of colourful parades is famous for its Tinku dances which represent the fight between good and evil.The original Tinku dances were more of a combat than a dance and it was considered that the more blood spilled the richer the harvest would be. But nowadays the Festive Tinku is a much more pleasant experience and has been accepted as a cultural dance in the whole nation of Bolivia with dancers performing combat like movements to Tinku music.
Fiesta San Miguel | Somewhere in the world today

Dancing with danger

This sensational South American festival of colourful parades is famous for its Tinku dances which represent the fight between good and evil.The original Tinku dances were more of a combat than a dance and it was considered that the more blood spilled the richer the harvest would be. But nowadays the Festive Tinku is a much more pleasant experience and has been accepted as a cultural dance in the whole nation of Bolivia with dancers performing combat like movements to Tinku music.

Fiesta San Miguel | Somewhere in the world today

Posted 1 year ago / 138 notes #bolivia #cholita #aguayo #colors / Via: lluisvinagre

Cholita y aguayo - Bolivia

Cholita y aguayo - Bolivia


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