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Arch and mask at the National Mint of Bolivia (Casa de la Moneda) building, in the historic center of Potosi, (Bolivia). stock photo

Arch and mask at the National Mint of Bolivia (Casa de la Moneda) building, in the historic center of Potosi, (Bolivia). Potosi, Bolivia - December 21, 2018: Arch and mask at the National Mint of Bolivia (Casa de la Moneda) building, in the historic center of Potosi, (Bolivia). The mask is one of the symbols of Potosi, it was created in 1850 by French artist 1850 Eugenio Martínez Mulón but what or who it represents remains a mystery. Potosi is one of the highest cities in the world at 4,090 meters, and sits at the foot of the Cerro de Potosí or Cerro Rico (rich mountain), named like this because of its huge amounts of silver that made the region the major supplier of silver for the Spanish Colonial Empire, and a very wealthy city with exquisite colonial churches and monasteries, administration buildings, schools and universities. Silver is still extracted today. Potosi’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Potosí - Potosí Department Stock Photo
Potosi, Bolivia - December 21, 2018: Arch and mask at the National Mint of Bolivia (Casa de la Moneda) building, in the historic center of Potosi, (Bolivia). The mask is one of the symbols of Potosi, it was created in 1850 by French artist 1850 Eugenio Martínez Mulón but what or who it represents remains a mystery. Potosi is one of the highest cities in the world at 4,090 meters, and sits at the foot of the Cerro de Potosí or Cerro Rico (rich mountain), named like this because of its huge amounts of silver that made the region the major supplier of silver for the Spanish Colonial Empire, and a very wealthy city with exquisite colonial churches and monasteries, administration buildings, schools and universities. Silver is still extracted today. Potosi’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Potosi, Bolivia - December 21, 2018: Arch and mask at the National Mint of Bolivia (Casa de la Moneda) building, in the historic center of Potosi, (Bolivia). The mask is one of the symbols of Potosi, it was created in 1850 by French artist 1850 Eugenio Martínez Mulón but what or who it represents remains a mystery. Potosi is one of the highest cities in the world at 4,090 meters, and sits at the foot of the Cerro de Potosí or Cerro Rico (rich mountain), named like this because of its huge amounts of silver that made the region the major supplier of silver for the Spanish Colonial Empire, and a very wealthy city with exquisite colonial churches and monasteries, administration buildings, schools and universities. Silver is still extracted today. Potosi’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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