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Kolorowe domy w boliwijskim miasteczku (12)

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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
ALTERNATIVE CROP - TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
ALTERNATIVE CROP - TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
ALTERNATIVE CROP - TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS
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Picture taken on August 15, 2019 in "Ch'uwa Uma" (pronounced Chualluma), a poor neighbourhood in La Paz of mostly Aymara indigenous residents, where some 150 houses were painted in bright pastel colours between March and July as part of the "Mi Barrio, Mi Hogar" ("My Neighbourhood, My Home") a state improvement programme. - Nestled in a hillside amid the regions' typical ochre-coloured houses made of adobe and cooked sand bricks, "Ch'uwa Uma" stands out with its lively coloured walls and murals inspired by a mix of the country's indigenous culture and the Brazilian favelas. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Jose Arturo CARDENAS

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