Salar de Uyuni Bolivia is the biggest salt lake of the world and is situated in the southwest of Bolivian on an altitude of 3650 m. Salt mining is an important income of the local people. The surface is about 10.000 square kilometers and it hides also the biggest Lithium reserve of the world. The Isla Incahuasi is covered with a cactus vegetation. Some ones are 12 m high and more than 1200 years old.
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January 18th, 2019
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