Plaza Murillo, La Paz
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Framed by prominent political buildings, Plaza Murillo is a centuries-old square in the heart of the Old Town. Designed in 1558, the plaza will give you a good look at the city’s history, from pre-colonial times to the current day. You can take in the presidential palace, the national congress of Bolivia, and the cathedral of La Paz. The plaza is known by several different names, like Plaza Mayor, Plaza de Armas, and Plaza 16 de Julio, so locals may use any of these names when telling you about it or giving you directions. Put Plaza Murillo into our La Paz travel itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in La Paz.
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Região central da cidade muito movimentada,perto do Palácio do Governo o Congresso Nacional e a Catedral Metropolitana local onde voce poderá fazer boas fotos..Central city, near the Government Palace, the National Congress and the Metropolitan Cathedral where you can do good pictures ...show original
Nice architecture around the square and good place for people watching. They could do with less pigeons however, the place is swamped.
Praza que concentra história e a sede do poder nacional. Sede do parlamento, palácio do executivo e da catedral. Belos prédios, muitos bem conservados. O único inconveniente da praça é o excesso de po... read more »Praza which concentrates story and the seat of national power. The seat of the Parliament, the Executive Palace and the Cathedral. Beautiful buildings, many well kept. The only drawback of the square is the excess of pigeons infesting the place.show original
This place is not worth your time also I got pickpocketed other there by a young women from my new iPhone 6 plus and my wallet that had more than 200 dollars in it.
Joseso KilonSiisiis the bestshow original
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