Independence Day in Bolivia
Independence Day in Bolivia is held on August 6. Celebrates the independence of Bolivia from Spain in 1825. This event in the first decade of the month August is annual. Help us
August 6 is a commemorative date both for Bolivians and for the entire Andean Community, since in 1825 the Republic of Bolivia would declare itself independent through the General Assembly of Deputies of the Provinces of Upper Peru.
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