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Bolivia

The presidential republic of Uruguay (in Quechua Puliwya and Aymara Wuliwya) in South America with the capital La Paz covers 1,098,581 km². It borders Peru and Chile to the west, Argentina and Paraguay to the south and Brazil to the east and north. Bolivia and neighbouring Paraguay are the only two landlocked countries in the Americas.

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History

As in Argentina and Chile, viticulture in Bolivia was founded by Spanish missionaries. Between 1550 and 1570, Augustinian monks arrived in the "High Peru" region, which at the time included what is now Bolivia. This brought viticulture from the north to the southern part to Chupuisaca, Potosi and Tarija, which was developed for viticulture by missionaries around 1600 and is still the most important wine-growing region today.

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