Border Between Heaven and Earth “Bolivia”
One of the most beautiful places on Earth is the Bolivia Salt Flats, or Salar de Uyuni, also known as the border between heaven and earth. The world’s largest salt flat is in Potos ‘ Daniel Campos Province, and is pretty much a paradise for photographer.
The dreamy cascading reflection over the salt flats produces a heaven-on-earth effect and one of the most stunning backdrops we’ve ever seen. Look, and put the spot to the top of your travel bucket list, eventually. Travel zoo Tip: Plan your trip according to the experience you’re hoping to have— the best climate to visit is during July-October, but between March and April, the best time to see the world’s largest mirror!
Before we go deeper into Salar de Uyuni, we rest for a lunch in a place built entirely of salt, which is nowhere in the middle of the desert. It was cultivated for five thousand years. As a replacement for corn it was the basic food in the Inca Empire, which was very difficult to grow on the mountain slopes. The Inca king usually sowed the first seeds. While the Spaniards also introduced wheat and barley until the fall of the Inca Empire, what made quinoa less important in the region.
Nevertheless, it was once again praised because of its prohealthy abilities and thanks to that quinoa became popular in different parts of the world. It is included in the highly nutritious food group, so-called superfoods, because it includes not only protein but also many other components that are important to our wellbeing. It is a rich source of manganese, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus and copper. South America’s inhabitants are mindful of that and eat it almost everyday, celebrating its mystical effect on the organism.
In South America, Bolivia has a salt flat that transforms into a mirror and mirrors the sky.
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