|WikiProject Bolivia||(Rated Start-class)|
|WikiProject Indigenous peoples of the Americas||(Rated Start-class)|
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The Archaeology section of this article is a joke -of bad taste by the way.
The second paragraph mentions -and links to- an Iranian place as a site of the Mollo culture in Bolivia, and it also says that a famous Ecuadorian singer is buried in Charazani.
Unfortunately, I refuse to correct it because time after time when I have made a contribution it has been deleted, ignored, wiped out, etc ... so it seems that some of the editors of Wikipedia prefer to have rubbish like the one in this article rather than sensible comments/information.
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