Bolivia Country Quiz

Can you guess these facts about the country of Bolivia?
Quiz by applescrumper
Last updated: May 21, 2020
First submittedApril 2, 2016
Times taken2,416
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Official capital city
Seat of government
La Paz
Most populous city
Santa Cruz
Large lake shared with Peru
Bolivia has 37 of these, including Quecha and Aymara
Official Languages
Who Bolivia was named for
Simón Bolívar
Argentinean Marxist shot in Bolivia in 1967
Che Guevara
Colonial name of Bolivia
Upper Peru
Bolivia and Paraguay are the only American countries that are ...
Empire that controlled western Bolivia at the time of the Spanish conquest
Inca Empire
War in which Bolivia lost its coastline
War of the Pacific
Full name of Bolivia
Plurinational State of
Staple crop domesticated in Peru and Bolivia before 5000 B.C.
Leaf chewed to counter the effects of high elevation and also
used to produce illegal drugs
City at an elevation of 4090 meters, site of the richest vein of silver ever discovered
American outlaw duo killed in a shootout with Bolivian soldiers in 1908
Butch Cassidy and the
Sundance Kid
First indigenous President of Bolivia, elected in 2006
Evo Morales
Mountain range that runs through Bolivia
Plateau region of the above shared by Peru and Bolivia
Bolivia has an estimated 50–70% of world reserves of this battery component
Level 77
May 21, 2020
there's a slight typo. Bolivia and Paraguay are "countries," not "country."
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May 22, 2020
Level 76
May 21, 2020
The question "Mountain range that runs through Peru" was perhaps intended to say "... that runs through Bolivia"? Just guessing. :)
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Level 44
Jun 1, 2020
Felicits (congrats) on your first feature!
Level 47
Jun 1, 2020
Thanks. :) It's pretty cool to see a quiz I made hit the front page. I'm assuming, though, that the choice to feature it now was mostly due to Bolivia getting mentioned in the international news cycles of recent months more than it usually gets mentioned. And of course, the reasons Bolivia's been on people's lips in the northern hemisphere as often as it has been in the last half-year or so are not, for the most part, happy ones. So, mixed feelings.
Level 65
Jul 17, 2020
For some reason I can never spell Plurinational......