Bolivia is the larger and more populated of two landlocked countries (the other is Paraguay) in South America. The country has a largely indigenous Indian population that has preserved its native languages and much of its traditional way of life. Bolivia is the poorest of the veteran South American countries. It borders Peru and Chile in the west, Brazil in the east, and Paraguay and Argentina in the south.
KeywordsGross National Product Legal Capital Landlocked Country Eastern Lowland Main Urban Center
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