April 1, 2016 6 pictures Luca Zanetti / Bolivia The Illampu 6383 m is the fourth highest mountain in Bolivia. It is located in the northern section of the Cordillera Real, part of the Andes, east of Lake Titicaca. Here a view from the town of Achacachi. This looked like a brewing thunderstorm luckily it didn’t materialise. The city of Oruro with its Virgen del Socavon (our lady of the mineshaft) monument. Rainbow in the small town of Sevaruyo. The city of La Paz the highest capital in the world 3640m To reach the hot and humid lowlands or Yungas the road climbs from La Paz to the Cumbre 4700m and then drops down 900m.