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ポトシ市街(City of Potosí)

Huayna Potosí at 6,088 meters (19,974 ft) above sea level, the Cordillera Real, Bolívia, South America.
Huayna Potosí at 6,088 meters (19,974 ft) above sea level, La Paz, Bolivia
Huayna Potosí at 6,088 meters (19,974 ft) above sea level, the Cordillera Real, Bolívia, South America.
Huayna Potosí at 6,088 meters (19,974 ft) above sea level, the Cordillera Real, Bolívia, South America.
The Mother Moon (Madre Luna), the Moon Valley (Valle de la Luna) at 3,100 meters (10,170 ft) above sea level, La Paz, Bolivia.
The Moon Valley (Valle de la Luna) at 3,100 meters (10,170 ft) above sea level, La Paz, Bolivia.
2016 - New York City - One World
The Valley of the Moon (Valle de la Luna), La Paz, Bolivia.
La Paz Cathedral (Catedral Basílica de Nuestra Señora de La Paz), Bolivia.
Potosi y el Cerro Rico
2020 - Buenos Aires - The Female Soldier, Juana Azurduy de Padilla
The Moon Valley (Valle de la Luna) at 3,100 meters (10,170 ft) above sea level, La Paz, Bolivia.
The Valley of the Moon (Valle de la Luna), La Paz, Bolivia.
The Valley of the Moon (Valle de la Luna), La Paz, Bolivia.
Coloured Hat On A Grey Day
The Stinking Lake (Laguna Hedionda) at 4,121m. (13,520.34 ft.), Bolivian Highlands (Altiplanos Boliviano), Potosí, Bolivia.
The Valley of the Moon (Valle de la Luna), La Paz, Bolivia.
The Devil's Tooth (Muella del Diablo) on the right, from the Moon Valley (Valle de la Luna) at 3,100 meters (10,170 ft) above sea level, La Paz, Bolivia.
Museo de Sal (former Hotel Palacio de Sal Playa Blanca) at 3,656 meters (11,995 ft) above sea level, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia.
The Moon Valley (Valle de la Luna) at 3,100 meters (10,170 ft) above sea level, La Paz, Bolivia.
Museo de Sal (former Hotel Palacio de Sal) at 3,656 meters (11,995 ft) above sea level, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia.

国名:bo Bolivia (Plurinational State of)

登録年:1987年

登録基準:(ii),(iv),(vi)
In the 16th century, this area was regarded as the world’s largest industrial complex. The extraction of silver ore relied on a series of hydraulic mills. The site consists of the industrial monuments of the Cerro Rico, where water is provided by an intricate system of aqueducts and artificial lakes; the colonial town with the Casa de la Moneda; the Church of San Lorenzo; several patrician houses; and the barrios mitayos, the areas where the workers lived.

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