Historic photo of Presidential Palace on glass in front of current building, Plaza Murillo, La Paz, Bolivia,
The current Presidential Palace was built of the orders of President Ballivian in 1846 and completed in 1853. It is also known as the Palacio Quemado (Burnt Palace); it was burnt down by rebels in 1875 (killing 130 people) and was rebuilt in 1882. Also in the image is the Murillo monument.
Photograph ID: Murillo2015D42
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2015
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Photograph size: 19.7 Mpixels (56.5 MB uncompressed) - 3627x5441 pixels (12.0x18.1 in / 30.7x46.1 cm at 300 ppi)
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