Sucre Travel Guide - Bolivia

Sucre Travel Guide - Bolivia

Founded in 1538, Sucre is known as the "white city of the Americas" because of its amazingly preserved historical buildings -- the architecture is as white as when the first conquistadors left their mark. Sucre is also the judicial capital of Bolivia, and was formerly called "La Plata," which means "silver" in Spanish.

UNESCO has granted Sucre the status of an official World Heritage Site, and as soon as you set foot on its beautiful streets you'll understand why. The city's Spanish colonial charm is conserved in a plethora of plazas, churches and university buildings, and its small population of about 17,000 makes for a refreshingly peaceful environment.

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