Children of the silver mountain

The mines of Bolivia date back to 1545 when the Spanish conquerors who discovered pure silver in an Inca region dominated by a mountain they named Cerro Rico. At its base the city of Potosi grew, along with the largest mining industry of its time. Four centuries later the mines still produce silver,...

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Main Author: Betancor, Juan S.
Format: Movie Electronic
Language:Spanish
Published:New York, NY : Filmakers Library, 2007.
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