Illimani


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a mountain peak in the Andes in Bolivia (21,201 feet high)

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Fast forward to today, and Parque Zonal illimani is the focal point of the community that has a football pitch as its core.
Ademas de Sting, Peter Gabriel y Tracy Chapman, participaron del concierto el grupo folklorico Inti Illimani y la banda pop Los Prisioneros, grupos chilenos que no podian presentarse en publico en su propio pais.
Las laderas del Illimani fueron por silos parajes predilectos del condor majestuoso, que buscaba sus presas entre las rocas altisimas, casi a la altura de las nieves perpetuas, o bajaba al altiplano donde abundaba la comida, sin el peligro de ser atacado por los hombres; quienes lo veneraban porque lo creian inmortal y el encargado de levantar cada dia al sol tras las crestas de los montes.
La Ll: llave de la llaneza verbal bienhallada; bella como la Llollobrigida; llama-estrella-anillo del Illimani .
La resistencia social en El Alto--Bolivia, Aguas del Illimani, una concesion orientada a los pobres.
In the "Gran Poder" parade/party, the staffers danced side by side with the winners of last year's competition, the Fraternidad Senorial Illimani.
Ahi los perfiles mas frecuentados cuentan con miles de <<amistades>>: Caporales San Simon (4928), Diablada Ferroviaria Oruro (3589), Tinkus Huajchas (2175), Fraternidad Morenada senorial Illimani (1715), Morenada Central Oruro (1587).
doc%20) y la gestora del agua, Lyonnaise des Eaux (acusada de corrupcion para conseguir contratos de privatizacion del agua en distintos paises como en Sudafrica -Johannesburgo- o Bolivia a traves de filiales como Aguas de Illimani, que han ocasionado violentos disturbios internos, SHIVA, V, Water wars.
They are also carrying out a study of a wetland near the Illimani glacier, a national symbol that is gradually receding.
No muy lejos de alli, en las faldas del imponente Illimani, esta el pequeno pueblo de Khapi, en el cual viven unas 40 familias.
He was part of a group of 19 climbers from the UK and Netherlands who arrived in Mendoza, Argentina in early January to prepare for their assault on Aconcagua, which is 500 metres higher than his previous highest climb, Mount Illimani in Bolivia.
La melodia de El Farolero, la cancion de Inti Illimani, empezo a sonar en mi cabeza.
In 1997, Aguas del Illimani, led by Paris-based Suez, the world's second largest water and wastewater corporation, obtained a 30-year contract to operate the cities' water and sewer systems, but by 2005 long-festering anger over massive rate hikes and poor service contributed to public protests, a general strike, and social unrest.
On July 24, 1997, about three weeks after the first Superintendent was appointed, a 30-year concession for the municipal water utility that served the neighbouring cities of La Paz and El Alto was granted to Aguas del Illimani, a consortium controlled by the French multinational Suez (Superintendencia de Aguas, 1997).
Sin embargo, recientemente se han instalado dos estaciones automaticas en el altiplano norte, en Illimani (6.