Bolivians (Spanish: Bolivianos) are the people that inhabit the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Amerindians lived in what is now called Bolivia for several millennia before the Spanish Conquest in the 16th century. Spaniards and Africans arrived in steady numbers under colonial rule, mixing widely with each other and with indigenous peoples.

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  • Bolivianos são os habitantes nativos da Bolívia. As etnias indígenas mais relevantes são a dos quíchuas e dos aimarás. Os descendentes de espanhóis e mestiços compõem o resto da população boliviana. O Brasil abriga o maior contingente de bolivianos que estão fora de seu país. Há cerca de 400.000 bolivianos vivendo no Brasil e mais 200.000 com ancestrais da Bolívia. As cidades brasileiras que concentram o maior número de imigrantes bolivianos são São Paulo, (250.000), Brasília (120.000), Rio de Janeiro (100.000), Belo Horizonte (30.000), Cuiabá, Porto Alegre, Taguatinga, Ceilândia, Guarulhos e São Gonçalo. (pt)
  • Bolivians (Spanish: Bolivianos) are the people that inhabit the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Amerindians lived in what is now called Bolivia for several millennia before the Spanish Conquest in the 16th century. Spaniards and Africans arrived in steady numbers under colonial rule, mixing widely with each other and with indigenous peoples. The Bolivian population, estimated at 10.9 million is multiethnic, including Amerindians, Mestizos, Europeans, Asians and Africans. The main language spoken is Spanish, although the Guarani, Aymara and Quechua languages are also common and all three, as well as 34 other indigenous languages, are official. The many cultures in Bolivia have contributed greatly to a wide diversity in fields such as art, cuisine, literature, and music. (en)
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  • Aymara woman praying
  • Basílica Menor de San Lorenzo, in Santa Cruz, Bolivia
  • Traditional folk dress during a festival in Bolivia.
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  • Bolivianos são os habitantes nativos da Bolívia. As etnias indígenas mais relevantes são a dos quíchuas e dos aimarás. Os descendentes de espanhóis e mestiços compõem o resto da população boliviana. O Brasil abriga o maior contingente de bolivianos que estão fora de seu país. Há cerca de 400.000 bolivianos vivendo no Brasil e mais 200.000 com ancestrais da Bolívia. As cidades brasileiras que concentram o maior número de imigrantes bolivianos são São Paulo, (250.000), Brasília (120.000), Rio de Janeiro (100.000), Belo Horizonte (30.000), Cuiabá, Porto Alegre, Taguatinga, Ceilândia, Guarulhos e São Gonçalo. (pt)
  • Bolivians (Spanish: Bolivianos) are the people that inhabit the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Amerindians lived in what is now called Bolivia for several millennia before the Spanish Conquest in the 16th century. Spaniards and Africans arrived in steady numbers under colonial rule, mixing widely with each other and with indigenous peoples. (en)
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