La Paz

[n] - city in western Bolivia and the administrative seat of Bolivia`s government
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La Paz

city, administrative capital of Bolivia, west-central Bolivia, situated some 42 miles (68 km) southeast of Lake Titicaca. La Paz, which lies between ... [9 related articles]
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La Paz

town, southwestern Honduras, at an elevation of 2,461 feet (750 m) above sea level in the Comayagua River valley, on the eastern flanks of the ...
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La Paz

city, capital of Baja California Sur estado (state), northwestern Mexico. It lies about 40 feet (12 metres) above sea level on sheltered La Paz Bay ... [2 related articles]
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La Paz

La Paz (lä päs) , city (1990 pop. 137,641), capital and largest city of Baja California Sur state, W Mexico. A tourist spot and transportation hub for the southern Baja peninsula, La Paz was first settled in 1811. The city was known for its pearl fishing until the middle of the 20th cent. ...
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La Paz

La Paz (lä päs) , city (1992 pop. 713,378), W Bolivia, administrative capital (since 1898) and largest city of Bolivia. The constitutional capital is Sucre. La Paz, the highest capital in the world, lies at an altitude of c.12,000 ft (3,660 m) and is crowded into a long, narrow valley cut ...
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La Paz

(city) Capital city of Bolivia and of La Paz department, in Murillo province, 3,800 m/12,400 ft above sea level; population (2001 est) 792,500, metropolitan area (2001 est) 1,487,200). It is in a canyon formed by the La Paz River, and is the world's highest capital city. It is the ...
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La Paz

[B&O] The La Paz (B&O #5503) is a 56-seat revenue coach built for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad by Pullman-Standard in 1949. La Paz was built for the new lightweight Columbian trainset for travel between Baltimore, Maryland, and Chicago, Illinois, via Washington, D.C. La Paz was named in honor of La Paz, Indiana, an important city on the ...
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La Paz

[disambiguation] La Paz is the administrative capital of Bolivia. La Paz may also refer to: ==Argentina== ==Bolivia== ==Costa Rica== ==El Salvador== ==Honduras== ==Mexico== ==Philippines== ==United States== ==Uruguay== == Other uses == ...
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La Paz

Nuestra Señora de La Paz (ˈnwes.tɾa seˈɲoɾa ðe la pas; Our Lady of Peace; Chuquiago Marka or Chuqiyapu), commonly known as La Paz, is Bolivia`s third most-populous city, the seat of the country`s government and the capital of La Paz Department. It is located on the western side of Bolivia at an elevation of roughly {convert|3650|m|0|abbr=.....
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