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Presidential Palace, La Paz
Categories: Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
See where the President of Bolivia lives at Presidential Palace, a significant land mark in downtown La Paz. Built in the 19th century, the building exhibits a neo-classical style and features a giant white and gold façade. Atop the building rests the Bolivian coat of arms and a clock tower made of dark grey metal. Guards stand outside the palace dressed in 19th century uniforms and once a day they perform a "changing of the guard ceremony" in front of the main entrance. Across the palace lies the popular Plaza Murillo always packed with locals, tourists, street vendors and lots of pigeons. Make Presidential Palace a centerpiece of your La Paz vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our La Paz vacation builder.
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o Palácio Presindecial que fica na região central de La Paz é local onde vcce poderá fazer boas fotos da cidade.the Presindecial Palace in central La Paz is where vcce can make good pictures of the city.show original
Palácio presidencial com bonita arquitetura e boa conservação de fachada. Localizado na praça central da cidade. Prédio relativamente pequeno comparado a catedral e o palácio do congresso na mesma pra... read more »Presidential Palace with beautiful architecture and good conservation. Located in the central square of the city. Building a relatively small compared to the Cathedral and the Palace of Congress in the same square.show original
O Palácio Presidencial da Bolívia está localizado na Praça Murilo, no centro de La Paz, popularmente conhecido por Palácio Queimado (foi incendiado em uma revolta no Século XIX). Fica ao lado da Cated... read more »The Presidential Palace of Bolivia is located in the square in the Centre of Murilo La Paz, popularly known as Burnt Palace (was torched in an uprising in the 19th century). Is next to the Cathedral. He is not open to the public, but sometimes if you can get to an internal courtyard. The guards who protect wear red uniforms, in honor of the soldiers of the War of the Pacific against Chile. It has three floors, and is perhaps the most photographed building in the capital.show original
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