UNESCO’s recommendation to take care of one of our best archaeological sites

It is not the first time that UNESCO gives recommendations, like they did for Potosi [cerro rico – “rich hill” which is still suffering deterioration] and for Tiahuanaco in 2010, please see this link for that earlier recommendation. Now in 2012 El Deber printed EFE report, here excerpts from that news: UNESCO encouraged Bolivia to hireContinue reading “UNESCO’s recommendation to take care of one of our best archaeological sites”