laughs, words to the wind. Boys with books and
notebooks, come and go by the old, romantic, reminiscent streets...
"Traditional streets, Sir, because a country was forged here,
a nation became independent here", exclaimed the young kids,
after that, they start walking faster, they leave, they go away,
they are swallowed by the centennial door of an old house of freedom.
greatness in the shores of a river. Architectural beauty in the
heights. Whims of wasteful and obstinate princes that ordered
to build a fabulous castle of medieval airs at the outskirts of
the city of the independence... and the thin, pointed, fragile
towers?, they seem to be willing to touch the clouds.
of a monumental city: Sucre (2,750 m.a.s.l.),
the constitutional capital of Bolivia, preserves the essence of
its splendid past. People say that in August of 1825, the members
of the Deliberating Assembly met in this welcoming Andean village,
to proclaim the independence of the country.
Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO, Sucre -capital
of the department of Chuquisaca- is a small place in perpetual
serenity. Inspiring, discreet and wrapped in an intellectuality
halo, the city is the haven of the young students of the whole
country that are formed in the classrooms of the Universidad Mayor,
Real y Pontificia de San Francisco Xavier.
its colonial essence and its airs of freedom, to
its intellectuality atmosphere and the juvenile impulses of the
students, to its old old houses and the remarkable castle of La
Glorieta, to the overwhelming beauty of its landscape and the
cordiality of its people, the capital city of Bolivia will always
be a temptation for the traveler.