Bolivia is actually a landlocked country in central South America. Contemporary Bolivia used to be part of the historical Inca Empire. It has a modified landscape featuring the Andes Mountains, the Amazon Basin rainforest, and the Atacama Desert. The largest lake in the continent is the glass-smooth Lake Titicaca, which is close to Bolivia, sharing a boundary with Peru.
The population of Bolivia is approximately 12 million people, with two-thirds of them being indigenous people. It covers a location of 1,098,581 sq km, and it's almost twice the size of Spain. The official language is Spanish; other spoken languages include Guarani, Quechua, Aymara, and other native languages.