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Searchable Map and Satellite View of La Paz using Google Earth Data

Coat of arms La PazSatellite view is showing La Paz, Bolivia's administrative capital at Choqueyapu river. The city is located in the northwestern part of the country, in Pedro Domingo Murillo province near the country's border with Peru.
La Paz is the highest capital city in the world at an altitude of 3,660 m (12,000 ft). The city is situated at the foothills of the Cordillera Real (part of the Andes) between the Illimani mountain (6,438 m) and Lake Titicaca.

Nuestra Señora de La Paz (the city's official Spanish name) has a population of about 770,000 inhabitants (2012 census), more than 2 million people live in the metropolitan area. Official language is Spanish.

The map shows a city map of La Paz with expressways, main roads and streets, and the location of El Alto International Airport (IATA code: LPB) in the satellite city of El Alto.

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View of La Paz from Avenida del Ejército with the Puente de Las Americas (Bridge of the Americas) in background.
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Local Time Bolivia:
Thursday-February-26  18:53  
UTC/GMT -4 hours
Google Maps: Searchable map/satellite view of La Paz, Bolivia.
Coordinates: 16°30′S 68°09′W
More about Bolivia:

Map/satellite view of Sucre

Searchable map/satellite view of Bolivia

Administrative Map of Bolivia
Political Map of Bolivia

Bolivia Country Profile

Bolivia in numbers
Bolivia statistical key figures.

Political Map of South America

External Link
La Paz (official web site; in Spanish)
Wikipedia: La Paz

Current Weather Conditions La Paz

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Other Cities in South America:

Asunción (Paraguay) - Bogotá D.C. (Colombia) - Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Salvador, (all Brazil) - Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Caracas (Venezuela) - Cayenne, Kourou (both French Guiana) - Georgetown (Guyana) - Lima (Peru) - Montevideo (Uruguay) - Paramaribo (Suriname) - Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) - Quito (Ecuador) - Santiago (Chile)
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