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Bolivia-Brazil border
Brazil

From the Brazilian side is the city of Corumbá, with its history related to navigation through the interior of Brazil towards Cuiabá and Caceres, and also by the Paraguayan War, was the scene of several passages. Bolivian side is the town of Puerto Quijarro, where was built the first railway station in Bolivia, the starting point of the Train of Death, who goes to Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

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Uploaded: 30/07/2012
Updated: 30/06/2014
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