Photos from Sucre

I spent two days in Sucre, Bolivia in September, 2016.  Sucre is known as the “White City’ as many of its buildings are painted white.  The white is offset with the beautiful red tiles used for roofing.   The city is the constitutional capital of Bolivia, while La Paz is the seat the Executive and Legislative branches of the government.

I found Sucre to be a relatively quiet, friendly city.  I spent most of my time walking around, checking out the various churches, plazas, etc.  I had a few good meals (and one not so good — a pizza with corn on it).  All in all, I enjoyed my time there.  When the two days were up, I moved on to Potosi, a city I found to have much more energy.

Here are some photos from Sucre, there will be more coming!

Rooftops, Sucre.
Rooftops, Sucre.
Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.
Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.
Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.
Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.
Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.
Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.
Street, Sucre.
Street, Sucre.
Setting sun, Sucre.
Setting sun, Sucre.
Sucre, Bolivia.
Sucre, Bolivia.
Teatro, Sucre.
Teatro, Sucre.
Bookstore, Sucre.
Bookstore, Sucre.
Red VW, Sucre.
Red VW, Sucre.
Dog, Sucre.
Dog, Sucre.
La Recoleta, Sucre.
La Recoleta, Sucre.
Dog, Sucre.
Dog, Sucre.
Street, Sucre.
Street, Sucre.
Dog, Sucre.
Dog, Sucre.
Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.
Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.
Government building, Sucre.
Government building, Sucre.
Streetview, Sucre.
Streetview, Sucre.
Church towers, Sucre.
Church towers, Sucre.

 

 

 

 

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