Journals Oruro

Socavon

Created by SeenThat on November 8, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

If the traveler has time to see only one attraction in Bolivia, then the Socavon should be it: an extraordinary church, a mine turned into a museum, a museum of local sacred art, a monument to Bolivian miners and comprehensive views of Oruro.

Worshipping Devils: Diablada, Pachamama, Kari Kari

Created by SeenThat on June 15, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

Different forms of devil’s worshipping appear in the Andean cultures; Oruro provides an intriguing insight into most of them.

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Bolivian Secret Oruru's Carnaval

Created by varcel on May 8, 2001

2 Reviews

Carnaval a pleasent surprise, Oruru's carnaval is definetely unique



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