La plaza Murillo está situada en el centro de la ciudad de La Paz, se convirtió en el centro del poder político de Bolivia después del traslado del Poder Ejecutivo a La Paz como resultado de la Guerra Federal de 1899.
Este espacio fue concebido 10 años después de la fundación de la Ciudad de Nuestra Señora de La Paz, el 20 de octubre de 1548, es decir en 1558 por encargo del corregidor Ignacio de Aranda.
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Kate Clitheroe | jun. 13, 2018
Neat park, lots of birds and government buildings. Worth a visit at least for a quick stop over.
Ivan Beltran | may. 23, 2018
There are several buildings around the Square, like Congress, Presidential Palace, the Chatedral Church, and others. In the top of the Congress's Building, there is a clock with the hands turning again the conventional way. The People is very gentle when you request any address. The whether is very variable and depend about the month that you visit. The transportation is very cheap and you need to deal and get treat. You can visit beautiful places like the Salary the Uyuni at the south of the country, this one had a extended and highest salty desert in the world. The mirror efect at the afternoon is very nice capture in the pictures. Bring your heavy jacket to protect again the cold.
Ana Gabriela Hilari Callisaya | may. 29, 2018
It's a square with a lot of historical events... If you want to know about revolution and important events during the "Republica de Bolivia" you need to know it.
Saul Miranda | jun. 22, 2018
Not too bad, if you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of Bolivian president, Evo Morales
Elisabet Bedwell | dic. 5, 2017
An attractive square if you like historical sites. A lot of colonial architecture, with the cathedral and government buildings. There are guards standing outside the church which contains the saint's relics! On one of the buildings there are still bullet holes from some shooting not long ago. A colourful place, with some vendors and many women dressed in the national costume. Unfortunately they are building a very tall tower to house the government offices just behind some beautiful colonial buildings so that really spoils that side of the square.
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